Technology, AI and ethics.

On June 20th, 2019 Alexander Görlach, editor-in-chief of Conditio Humana, along with Pak-Hang Wong and Pieter Buteneers, will discuss topics related to artificial intelligence. Together they will explore the theoretical and practical possibilities offered by AI, as well observe ethical principles that need to be considered. Furthermore, they will draw comparisons between the western and the eastern world and discuss

Sarah Schlothauer explores the dangers of social media and viral content used to

an interview with Dr. Pak-Hang Wong, philosopher of technology in the Research Group for Ethics

Paul Ostwald unpacks what constitutes power in the new information age: the ownership

An excerpt from Thomas Ramge's Who’s Afraid of AI? Fear and Promise in

An interview with Alec Ross, technology policy expert, innovator, and author

Jason Hsu highlights the good that blockchain technology has done for human rights,

Conditio Humana's editor-in-chief and Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Alexander Görlach discussed global ethics and

Jeremias Kettner addresses the complications with social media enabling self-constructed traps and the

Interview with Deb Roy, Associate Professor at MIT and director of Laboratory for

Adina Popescu raises the important question of our time: "Who owns the future?"

Wolfgang Gründinger unveils the problem of machine learning and biases and what we

Hubertus Bessau discusses egoism versus altruism, and why the two have the same

Alexander Görlach delves into the future of religion and its cultural impact on

Matteo Hu explains why even though fire is often seen as the representation

Interview with Richard Gingras, Vice President of News at Google

Jan-Felix Schneider talks about the power of indirect manipulation and influence maps.

Clemens Lukitsch discusses whether universal basic income works.

David Berry discusses future directions of the humanities in our new digital age.