Digitaler Salon: Dr. Algorithm
Longer and better living through personalised pills and nanorobots? What is the influence of AI on medicine? And what to do with the health related data? Discuss with us on 30 August!
Wahlkompass Digitales: Online-Tool to compare election programmes
How do we use data purposefully and justly? How should we react to populism and social bots? How can we protect ourselves against cyber attacks? More than ever, the German federal elections will deal with questions of the digital age. Our digital election compass opens up the political …
Dossier: How metaphors shape the digital society
Cloud, big data, piracy, virus are common terms in the debates about digital technologies. At the same time they are methaphors that originate from other fields than technology. What normative or political baggage do they therefore carry? How does this vocabulary shape the emerging digital society?
Now available: HIIG Quarterly
What is an elephant doing inside a lab? Which metaphors can teach us something about the digital society? How do political parties deal with questions of the digital age? When does the Game Jam take place? The July edition of »HIIG Quarterly« covers our latest research projects, publications and events in general.
Digital research politics
Digitalisation changes science and research. This simple insight is also present in the programs of German parties, although not to the same extent and with different foci. Which German parties pay attention to digitalisation in science? Welche Themen sind für die Parteien im Schnittfeld von Wissenschaft und …
The secrets of de-peering
Handbooks, conferences, best practice documents – there are many resources to turn to in order to learn about Internet peering. But when it comes to de-peering, networkers are mostly left with their gut feeling. There is no “Beginner’s guide to de-peering”, no “De-peering 101”, no manual “How to de-peer …
Algorithms, robots and smart machines: How German parties deal with artificial intelligence
Will it be necessary in the future to have the algorithms of your digital assistants checked by state authorities? This might depend on the results of the German parliamentary election in 2017. Parties differ in whether they perceive artificial intelligence …
How significant is algorithmic personalization in searches for political parties and candidates?
Of the many things we do online, search is probably the most common. Beyond messaging, entertainment, shopping, and a myriad of other activities, utilizing search engines, such as Google, to seek information about politics is now considered commonplace. The …
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