1st ComAI Lecture with the Topic “Greening the Cloud: Data and Energy Entanglements in Fiction”

On 21.11.2023 is the first lecture from the series “Communicative AI Lecture: ChatGPT, Ethics and Sustainability”. The guest is Prof. Dr. Julia Velkova (Linköping University, Sweden) with the topic “Greening the cloud: data and energy entanglements in fiction”, this lecture is also part of the Sustainability Lectures of Department 9.

When: 21.11.2023 – 18:00 to 20:00 hrs

Where: Rotunda, Cartesium (Enrique-Schmidt-Straße 5, 28359 Bremen)

More information about the lecture and Prof. Dr. Julia Velkova can be found here.

If you can’t be there in person, you can get a Zoom link here.

Lecture on “Deep Mediatization as a Driver of Diversity in Education? Empirical Impulses from Media Socialization Research”Lecture on

Katrin Potzel, Claudia Lampert, Rudolf Kammerl and Paulina Domdey gave a lecture on “Deep mediatization as a driver of diversity in education? Empirical impulses from media socialization research” at the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) 2023 with the topic “The value of diversity in education and educational research” on 23.10.2023 in Glasgow.

Prof. Dr. Christian Katzenbach interviewed by SWR

Prof. Dr. Christian Katzenbach was invited to the podcast “Was geht, was bleibt” by SWR Kultur on 20.10.2023 as an expert on the topic of the episode “KI-Fake-News un Bild und Ton: Droht uns die Infokalypse ?” In conversation with presenter Christian Batzlen, Katzenbach talked about misinformation, platforms, AI, Elon Musk and X/Twitter in the context of the current situation in Israel and Palestine.

The whole interview can be found here as well as on other podcast platforms.

New Article by ZeMKI Member Prof. Dr. Andras Hepp

The publication entitled “Necessary Entanglements: Reflections on the Role of a “Materialist Phenomenology” in Researching Deep Mediatization and Datafication” by Prof. Dr. Andreas Hepp and Prof. Nick Couldry (Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science).

To the article