„The Future of Made in Europe“
Acceleration program for high-potential digital impact ventures focusing on female empowerment
Entering the new Era of Artificial Intelligence
How do People feel about new technologies? The Vodafone Institute's study in nine countries reveals severe differences.
The future of humanity depends on the future of science: At the Vodafone Institute Lord Martin Rees urges us to finally truly understand technology.
AI & Anthropology
How will humans and technology shape each other? Under this lead question Prof. Alexander Görlach and Prof. Sir Nigel Shadbolt discussed the future of human and machine.
“The positive potential of AI lies in human hands”, says Britain’s Astronomer Royal Lord Martin Rees. The @VodafoneGroup published an interesting article about Reeses recent thoughts and ideas on #AI and humanity, presented at our last #AIandI event.
About 6 hours ago from Vodafone Institute's Twitter via TweetDeck
Would you change your #DNA to be immune against many kinds of diseases? Only 9 percent of the Germans would be ready take this step, whereas already a third of the Chinese view this kind of technology positively. #TheTechDivide
Yesterday from Vodafone Institute's Twitter via TweetDeck
Europeans say that they are getting fewer hours of #DigitalSkillsTraining than their counterparts in Asia, setting out a challenge to employers and governments wanting to develop #GigabitSocieties. @VodafoneGroup
About 3 days ago from Vodafone Institute's Twitter via TweetDeck
Philosopher Luciano Floridi
For the philosopher Luciano Floridi, it is crucial to understand what we want to use new technologies for – experts still do not ask enough ethical questions about AI.
“AI & Philosophy” in Berlin, 2018 – Impressions.
"Safety last?" in Brussels 2018 - Highlights
AI & Anthropology - An Interview with Prof. Sir Nigel Shadbolt and Alice Deißner
"AI and Anthropology" with Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Berlin - Impressions
F-LANE introduces its next cohort for Spring 2018.
Kate Darling on robot-human interaction