New Book: Die Macht der Daten - Open Access
Rainer Mühlhoff: "The book vividly illuminates how our daily produced data leads to a new form of power in the hands of AI companies and the effects this has on our society. Under the keyword "predictive power", it enlightens how Data companies can use AI algorithms to derive personal informations from our data and result in treating us differently on the basis of this. This poses as a new challenge for data protection in the context of Big Data and Artifial Intelligence, which I call "predictive privacy".
IKW celebrates the birth of a new era: IKW 2.0
During the last months the management board has been restructuring the Institute of Cognitive Science. We now have a head of management, Dr. Tobias Thelen, who manages every day business and works closely together with the board of management. The director’s work is split among a team that is responsible for strategic management. The current members of the board are Prof. Gordon Pipa (finances), Prof. Nicole Gotzner (personnel), Prof. Simone Pika (research), Prof. Sven Walter (study program), Dr. Annette Hohenberger, Gabriela Pipa and Joshua Stock. We, together with our staff members, celebrated the start of the new era: IKW 2.0
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