Writing emails is an everyday task for many people. Can they be supported with interactive AI? Daniel Buschek outlines the findings from their prototype AI email editor with Deep Learning text generation.
There is nothing to be said in favour of keeping digital transformation out of primary schools, but much to be said against. Digital media can beneficially expand the didactic toolkit and hence teaching basic computer science concepts is a prerequisite for digital sovereignty.
What exactly does it mean to ‘embed’ ethics into technology and how can this be effectively accomplished? Here we outline our Responsible Robotics project, along with some challenges and benefits of the embedded ethics methodology.
Imagine you could simply 3D print a new, customised organ tailored to your very own physiology. At the moment, this is merely a dream for all the people suffering from organ shortages. However, scientists around the world are working towards the feasibility of 3D printing functional organs using digital fabrication methods.
The Corona pandemic provides a vivid illustration of what is important as we move towards a digital society: the conditions under which people can and must implement the possibilities of digitalisation in their private and professional life are crucial.
New technology today is often presented, perceived and discussed as ‘intelligent’. But there is a growing diversity in what the research community refers to as intelligent and how they describe it. Dr. Daniel Buschek about research on Intelligent User Interfaces.
Philosopher Julian Nida-Rümelin and computer scientist Alexander Pretschner are jointly looking at which ethical considerations can already be integrated into the development of software.
Powerful technologies are being developed that have the potential to transform society. The need for Responsible Innovation is growing. The RoboTIPS project aims to develop a trustworthy system for social robot accident investigation. This includes technologies such as an Ethical Black Box for robots as well as social processes.
Users have the right to retrieve their data stored with online services and have it transferred to other services, for example when changing providers. Initial studies from the bidt project “Motivation and Implementation of Data Portability” reveal that, whilst there is a great demand for transferring data between services, little is known about any relevant legal implications.