Technology, AI and ethics.

A message from your Editor-in-Chief Alexander Görlach about Conditio Humana and the current COVID-19 crisis

Moheb Costandi, molecular and developmental neurobiologist examines the age of big data in

Sebastian Thrun, entrepreneur, educator, and computer scientist, answers questions about the ethical aspect

Editor-in-chief Alexander Görlach predicts that the upcoming supertrend will be that will create

Christoph Bieber, a Professor of Political Science, looks at changes that AI will

Thomas Ramge makes predictions about AI and technology's geopolitical impact for the new

An interview with Khalid Kadir, lecturer at UC Berkeley. We are presenting this

Andrea Martin, Leader of IBM Watson IoT Center in Munich discusses augmented intelligence and

Gene Grossman, Jacob Viner Professor of International Economics in the Department of Economics,

Paul Ostwald explores the two sides of AI's future: the potentials of a

Interview with Noam Chomsky, American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, historian, social critic, and

An interview with Professor Nayef Al-Rodhan, Neuroscientist, Philosopher and Geostrategist about artificial intelligence,

An interview with Dr. Robin K. Hill, lecturer in Computer Science and affiliate

Samir Saran and Mihir Sharma discuss the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the breakdown

Roberto Simanowski reflects upon social media, the process by which we create and

On October 2, 2019 Conditio Humana warmly invited guests to discuss topics related

Editor-in-chief Alexander Görlach reflects upon what the new challenges for democracy are in

Interview with Niall Ferguson, MA, D.Phil., Milbank Family Senior Fellow at the Hoover

Aude Gouaux-Langlois and Belinda Sykora discuss the dimension and perception of voices and

Sven Wagenknecht raises questions about decentralization through the use of blockchain and the

Alexander Görlach examines the possibility of an "ethics of time" and Jack Ma's

Interview with Audrey Tang, civic hacker and member of Taiwan national development council's

Paul Ostwald examines the "death of journalism", why people have lost trust in

Sarah Schlothauer examines how technology can be used to target minority groups, especially

Natalie Beyer dispels some of the misconceptions about data science, data collection, and

Interview with Andreas Weigend, former Chief Scientist of, author of Data for

"How do you get voters to trust institutions?" Paul Ostwald explores the outcome

Roberto Simanowski takes a closer look at the consequences of Facbook, social media

Roberto Simanowski discusses 'digital pantheism', the notion of AI and the 'black box

An interview with Manuel Muñiz, Dean of the School of Global and Public Affairs at

On June 20th, 2019, Conditio Humana warmly invited guests to discuss topics related

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.