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Arkivfoto fra jyllands-posten: Nanna Navntoft

2018.10.10 | DATALAB

Our feelings have become desirable commodities (Danish)

Information about you and your feelings are worth a lot to companies when they need to promote themselves.

2018.09.26 | DATALAB

Hello from a researcher in DATALAB

Meet Ane Kathrine Gammelby who is a PhD fellow and member of DATALAB. At the moment she is absorbed in writing up her dissertation about health-related Facebook groups.

(Arkivfoto fra Jyllandsposten: Philip Davali)

2018.09.24 | DATALAB

New technologies don't always cause new problems. But they make them more visible.

Commentary by Ane Kathrine Gammelby and Anja Bechmann (in Danish).

2018.09.07 | Conference, DATALAB

Thinking Heads Reflect on ‘Thinking Machines'

How will ‘thinking machines’ impact our future lives? This is just one of the numerous questions discussed last week at an interdisciplinary AIAS conference, which focused on the challenges, applications and perspectives of neural networks, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Fake news is trust hacking and a threat to companies as well as democracy

2018.05.18 | Survival of Quality Content, DATALAB

Fake news is trust hacking and a threat to democracy and companies

If the consumers lose their trust in the institutions, as a result of fake news, it will also affect their trust in private businesses.

Bestseller, Group G - On the Road with Jack & Jones

2018.05.16 | Survival of Quality Content, Digital Society

Highlights from MSA Student Hackathon 2018

90 4th semester students at Media Studies has participated this year’s MSA Student Hackathon finals with cases from Jyllands-Posten, Bestseller and Bloggers Delight.

Amanda Karlsson

2018.05.16 | DATALAB

Hello from a Researcher in DATALAB

Get to know one of the members of DATALAB. Here, PhD scholar Amanda Karlsson tells about her research project on personal data tracking.

Fear the future. Or trust the engineers.

2018.04.07 | Algorithmic operation and control, DATALAB

Fear the future. Or trust the engineers.

If we are to trust the IT-engineers who design robots and AI-solutions, we have to be sure that they are taking their societal responsibilities seriously. Read the commentary [in Danish].

Humanity is the key to success with IoT technology

2018.02.18 | Algorithmic operation and control, DATALAB

Humanity is the key to success with IoT technology

If "smart technologies" are to be truly smart, there has to be a greater focus on what it means to be a human i different situations rather than on the functionality of products only. Read the commentary [in Danish].

Survival of Quality Content - Project

2018.02.15 | Survival of Quality Content, Digital Society

Survival of Quality Content – Study Project

A group of MA students have made a video to communicate the grand challenge of providing and accessing quality content online. Go and have a look.

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