From disinformation to hate speech: Platform Governance Archive reveals how social platforms regulate our communication
The Platform Governance Archive (PGA) has released a systematic collection of the corporate policies of major social media platforms.
The responsibility of science: Experts encourage proactive use of ChatGPT with new ethical standards
A Delphi study explores how big language models like ChatGPT could change the science system.
A research team has released policy recommendations for creating independent bodies to monitor social media platforms.
The Women* in Tech research team is developing strategies to address the structural and systemic discrimination of women*.
Organising digital change at the university: new field guide for implementing educational technology
Educational technology plays a critical role in transforming lecture halls. The guide provides recommendations for implementing digital change.
With the publicinterest.ai interface, we are taking a pioneering step towards establishing a global community for artificial intelligence (AI) in the public interest.
The SET project discusses with local stakeholders the challenges and opportunities for a sustainable and inclusive Kenyan gig economy.
Our OER-toolbox addresses questions about possible futures in our digital world and can be used in teaching units, seminars and workshops.
Bundling local knowledge globally: Launch of an international research project on sustainable digitalisation
The research project “Sustainability, Entrepreneurship and Global Digitalisation (SET)” of the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG) develops international approaches to regulate online platform work and deal with climate issues in the digital economy.
From 11 to 13 May 2022, the international conference “Artificial Intelligence and the Human: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Science and Fiction” will take place in Berlin.
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