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“_Gemeinam digital”, the Berlin 4.0 Competence Center for Medium-Sized Businesses, is prolonged until 2021

Gemeinsam digital: Wir machen weiter!

Good news for small and medium-sized companies from Berlin, Brandenburg and throughout Germany: _Gemeinsam digital, the Mittelstand 4.0-Kompetenzzentrum Berlin, will be extended for another two years. With the approval of a further three million euros, the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi) is now funding the centre with a total of around 7.5 million…

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Our digital society in 2040

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The essay competition “twentyforty – Utopias for a digital society” invites researchers worldwide to describe their visions of a digital society in 20 years from now.     Berlin, 16 January 2019 – How will we decide, live and love in 2040? How will we shape education and the way we work in the future?…

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Artificial Intelligence from a European perspective

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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 will present their results on legal and ethical implications of AI and the ongoing work of the network will be discussed. Berlin, 28 November 2017…

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Big Data Nudging involves dangers

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The default settings in apps are a current example of how behaviour is influenced and how citizens are “nudged” in a certain direction. A study shows the consequences of this interference and proposes a public nudge-register for more transparency. Die Widerspruchslösung bei der Organspende und die Einstellungen bei Apps sind aktuelle Beispiele dafür, wie das…

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Scientific study proves innovation potential of the GDPR

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A legal study on the EU General Data Protection Regulation by a researcher at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG) shows that the new regulation is a suitable regulatory instrument for innovation processes and can even create competitive advantages if properly implemented. Berlin, 14 May 2018 – Since the negotiations on…

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