Cyberscience – the information revolution in science and technology

The Emergent Systems, Information and Society Research Group, which is at the same time a Working Group at the Leibniz-Sozietät der Wissenschaften zu Berlin (LS), held a conference on digital media and the future culture of scientific work. The conference took place as online event on 26 November 2021 in co-operation with Gesellschaft für Wissenschaftsforschung(GeWiF), Berlin. It was supported by Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, Berlin.

About 50 persons participated. Gerhard Banse und Klaus Fuchs-Kittowski moderated the sessions. Among others, Christian Stary from Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria, together with Fuchs-Kittowski, presented epistemological considerations about the use of design science for shaping techno-social information systems and work (see manuscript here) and Klaus Kornwachs sketched a theory of pragmatic information (see slides here).

For a detailed report in German, the programme and short abstracts go to the website of LS here.

[The picture is from Klaus Fuchs-Kittowski’s power point slides featuring the epilogue and shows from the left Werner Zorn, Klaus Kornwachs, Klaus Fuchs-Kittowski, Christian Stary and Ruth Hagengruber.]


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