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Arts & Humanities

Wilfried Hinsch und Susanne Brandtstädter über „Gefährliche Forschung“

Welchen Einfluss haben wissenschaftliche Innovationen auf unseren Alltag? Was macht neue Erkenntnisse potenziell „gefährlich“? Und welche Verantwortung tragen Forschende gegenüber der Öffentlichkeit? Über dies und mehr sprachen wir mit Wilfried Hinsch und Susanne Brandtstädter.

Science & Technology

Artificial Intelligence Hubs: How to Catch the Next Pandemic Early

COVID-19 won’t be the last pandemic to impact our lives. To prepare for the next global health crisis, we must focus on advancing artificial intelligence – and share the knowledge we gain across borders.

Science & Technology

Phil De Luna on “Accelerated Materials Discovery”

In his latest book, Phil De Luna, PhD delves into the complexity of automated discovery. To learn more about the future of scientific development, we sat down with Phil for a book talk.

Arts & Humanities

Erika Quinn and Holly Yanacek on “Animals, Machines, and AI”

Erika Quinn’s and Holly Yanacek’s most recent book examines the emotional relationships between humans and non-humans in modern German cultural history. We wanted to learn more from the two volume editors, so we got together for a new book talk!

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