Digital Humanism Summer School

Digital Humanism is an interdisciplinary field that examines the complex interplay between technology and humankind, with the aim of creating a better society and improving our lives. It recognizes that an interdisciplinary approach is necessary, breaking down disciplinary silos and integrating humanities, social, technical, and engineering sciences.

The aim of the summer school is to provide a platform to explore and discuss key issues related to Digital Humanism. This includes topics such as participation and democracy, digital politics and sovereignty, as well as recent advancements, in particular generative AI and large language models, alongside their profound philosophical and ethical implications. Globally recognized and leading academics from computer science, social sciences, and humanities will present and discuss these topics.

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