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Currently, Dominik Kremer and Andreas Wagner from the Department of Digital Humanities and Social Studies at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg are conducting a large-scale study under the label Geolingual Studies together with partners from the University of Würzburg and the Karl...

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Last week, the "funklust AI week" took place: Experts from various research fields discussed the influence of artificial intelligence in eight topic-specific live broadcasts (in German). Topics included AI and ethics, AI and law/politics, and AI in work/communication. The event concluded with a ...

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The new series "funklust AI week" starts next week. From June 10th to June 13th, experts from different research areas will discuss potentials and risks of artificial intelligence and research and application possibilities in eight topic-specific live broadcasts. A panel discussion on June 14th on "...

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Prof. Dr. Michaela Mahlberg who has been W3 Professor of Digital Humanities with a focus on Computing Text and Language and Department Spokesperson at the Department of Digital Humanities and Social Studies since April 1st, 2024, was officially awarded her Humboldt Professorship on Monday evening in Berlin.

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The "DigiHumS Hackerspace" will also take place twice a week in Erlangen city centre in the summer semester 2024. All students are welcome to work on projects and get inspired in this coworking space. The principle is: Bring your own device. Tuesdays and Thursdays 6.00 – 8:30pm Tuesdays a...

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We are delighted that Professor Michaela Mahlberg is joining DHSS as Professor of Digital Humanities and new Head of Department. Michaela holds a Humboldt Professorship, Germany’s most valuable international research award. She joins FAU from the University of Birmingham, where she was Professor of ...

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Last Friday, March 8, the exhibition "AI-Experiment" was opened at Cauerstrasse 11 in Erlangen with lectures and a panel discussion. The experiment was initiated by Prof. Dr. Bernhard Egger and realized together with Hans Furer, artist and lawyer. The 5 image pairs, which were created during the pro...

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