Tag Archives: AI

AI between high expectations and incalculable risks

The latest FIfF Kommunikation is out. The journal of the German Forum Computer Professionals for Peace and Social Responsibility (FIfF) is another time devoted to Artificial Intelligence. GSIS Emergent Systems Group co-head Hans-Jörg Kreowski contributed one article on a livable…

“Intelligence as a Border Activity Between the Modelled and the Unmodelled”

That’s the title of a talk Yagmur Denizhan, Professor at the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department and Head of the Graduate Program in Systems and Control Engineering of Bogazici University, Turkey, will give at an online event, 10 February 2022,…

Digital Humanism – How to shape digitalisation in the age of global challenges?

Under this very title, our Emergent Systems Group calls for papers to be presented at an online workshop at the online International Society for the Study of Information (IS4SI) 2021 Summit that will be held 12-19 September 2021. The link…

Transhumanism: The Proper Guide to a Posthuman Condition or a Dangerous Idea?

The book project with that title ended, eventually, in the book release. Wolfgang Hofkirchner and Hans-Jörg Kreowski edited this volume. It contains 15 chapters organised into four parts concerning philosophical, military, technological and sociological aspects of transhumanism. The project was…

The International Review of Information Ethics migrated to Alberta

The International Review of Information Ethics (IRIE) founded by renowned information philosopher – the first in the West – Rafael Capurro, has found a new platform after his retirement. Jared Bielby, research associate at the University of Alberta in Edmonton,…

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