Tag Archives: digitalisation

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…

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…

Digital, structural transformation of the public sphere

In the framework of the joint Congress of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Soziologie and Österreichische Gesellschaft für Soziologie at the WU Vienna on Post Corona Society, 23-25 August 2021 (online/hybrid), Sebastian Sevignani and Martin Seeliger organised an ad-hoc group on the digital, structural transformation of the…

Urban transformation to make European cities more sustainable

The new issue of the peer-reviewed, open-access Journal for Technology Assessment in Theory and Practice, published with oekom by the Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis (ITAS) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, is on “Climate-Neutral and…

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…

The digital workplace – nucleus of transformation

The S-BPM ONE 2020, the 12th International Conference on Subject-Oriented Business Process Management, originally planned at BIBA Bremen Institute for Production and Logistics, Bremen, Germany, took place from December 2–3, 2020 in an online format. Accordingly, emergence became evident throughout preparation leading to the novel format of…

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