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Florian Lüdtke

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News from the Institute

New HIIG podcast

Exploring digital spheres

Come with us on a journey into the realms of the digital: HIIG director tells you in...

NoC Conference in Haifa

Artificial Intelligence from a European perspective

Young researchers present their results on legal and ethical implications of AI at an interdisciplinary conference.

New publication

AI and public administration

Artificial intelligence: HIIG researcher Christian Djeffal gives seven forward-looking recommendations in a short study for NEGZ.

Press Releases

Eu Hub group picture in Haifa

Conference shows potential of European AI research

Artificial Intelligence will change society worldwide: More than 60 researchers from a European research network show ethical and legal developments with their projects – and how these developments can be...

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Artificial Intelligence from a European perspective

International and interdisciplinary: a network of 26 Internet research institutes is researching the social challenges of digital technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI). At a conference in Haifa, young researchers...

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