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News from the Institute

Research magazine

Now Online: encore Volume 2019/2020

From A like activism to Z like Shoshana Zuboff: The new encore is out!

Event

Making Sense of the Digital Society: Lina Dencik

The #DigitalSociety series 2020 continues with Lina Dencik on the 23rd of March. Sign up now!

New project

New Horizon 2020 research project

“Recreating Europe”: HIIG is researching the role of internet platforms in the application of copyright.

Press Releases

Excerpt from research impact canvas

Research Impact Canvas: New tool for impactful science communication

With the help of the newly developed science communication tool Research Impact Canvas, HIIG trains PhD students and postdocs in knowledge transfer during its three day long international Impact School….

AI trainers for medium sized companies

The Mittelstand 4.0 Kompetenzzentrum Berlin, _Gemeinsam Digital, offers an AI-training service for small and medium sized companies. Four AI trainers offer advise on opportunities and concrete implementation of AI applications…

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