ethicsMichele CosciaComputer Science DepartmentResearchbig datadata science
As a thought experiment Associate Professor of Computer Science at the IT-University, Michele Coscia, theorized that global GDP would drop significantly if business travel on a global scale ceased – now the global COVID-19 shutdown has proven his theory in practice.
ethicsVasilis GalisBusiness IT DepartmentCollaborationsEventsbig datademocracydigitization
On December 14, the IT University headed research project CUPP and PROSA are hosting a public seminar and debate on data driven policing. Panelists include Palantir Technologies representative Paula Kift, former DPO of the National Police of Denmark, Christian Wiese Svanberg, and Jesper Lund from the IT Political Association.
ethicsDan Witzner HansenComputer Science Departmenteventswearables
In dedicating his academic career to understanding the information the human eye yields, Professor of Computer Science at the IT University, Dan Witzner Hansen, has helped pave the way for an entire academic field – one he defines as Eye Information. In his inaugural lecture at ITU on November 18 at 3 pm in Auditorium 0, he will discuss the great potential of the technology as well as the ethical dilemmas.
ethicsLouise BarkhuusComputer Science Departmentdata storagedigitizationsocial media
On Thursday, October 14, Professor of Computer Science at ITU, Louise Barkhuus, will present her inaugural lecture and take a closer look at the personal data we share online, how developers can assuage users’ fears, and what the digital future holds.
ethicsOksana KulykComputer Science Departmentgrantsdemocracy
How may society successfully communicate security in election technologies? Assistant Professor in Computer Science at ITU, Oksana Kulyk, has just received a grant to the tune of 1.98 million kroner from the Villum Experiment-programme to answer that question.
ethicsIrina ShklovskiResearchinternet of thingswearables
With a toolbox for newly established tech-companies, researchers at the IT University of Copenhagen seek to help developers design better technologies connected to the Internet of Things (IoT).
ethicsBusiness IT DepartmentResearchinternet of thingsprivacyIrina Shklovski
More and more internet-connected gadgets find their way into our homes. In order to work, these products collect data about us. But where do these data end up, and can we trust that they are handled in a safe and ethical manner? Hear Associate Professor Irina Skhlovski talk about digital surveillance in this video.
ethicsBusiness IT DepartmentResearchinternet of thingsIrina ShklovskiRachel Douglas-Jones
Across Europe, IoT developers are calling to end careless data security practices and ethically questionable WiFi-connected products, shows a new analysis by researchers from the IT University of Copenhagen. The researchers are currently developing the ethical guidelines and tools to help developers as they debate existing problems and design future technologies.
ethicsResearchcast ITdigitizationThore Husfeldt
Professor Sarah Pink is a guest on this episode of Cast IT, which zooms in on the field of digital ethnography.
ethicsResearchcast ITartificial intelligenceThore Husfeldt
What are the potential dangers associated with emerging technologies? Thore Husfeldt discusses this question with Swedish professor and public debater Olle Häggström.
ethicsResearchcast ITartificial intelligencealgorithmsThore Husfeldt
In this podcast, Thore Husfeldt discusses AI and ethics with Australian AI researcher Toby Walsh.
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