Category: In the media

Akademie Aktuell Issue 1/2024

bidt members in the Akademie Aktuell

Three bidt employees in the new issue of Akademie Aktuell: How better IT teaching can increase digital literacy, the state of digitalization across Europe and Steliyana Desova’s favourite piece.

bidt im Podcast Systemfragen des Deutschlandfunks

bidt as a guest on Deutschlandfunk’s “Systemfragen” podcast

As part of the Deutschlandfunk podcast “Systemfragen”, Dr Roland A. Stürz provided answers to the question “Why are Germans so attached to cash”, as well as further findings from the international comparison…

bidt as guest at SZ: Presentation of new study on generative AI

As part of the presentation of the “SZ Langstrecke” Dr. Roland A. Stürz presented current study results on the prevalence of generative AI in Germany.

Andreas Wenninger as a guest on the “Datenaffaire” podcast

Annika B. Bergbauer and Andreas Wenninger discuss efficient methods for achieving high-quality and speedy research results in the podcast “Datenaffaire”.

ChatGPT and the influence on moral judgement

In a study, Sebastian Krügel, Andreas Ostermaier and Matthias Uhl investigate how advice from ChatGPT influences the moral judgement of users.

FAZ guest article about ChatGPT in exam situations

In their guest article in the FAZ, Alexander Pretschner, Jan Gogoll and Dirk Heckmann explore the question of what influence ChatGPT will have on examinations in educational institutions.

WELT guest article: How ethically (un)problematic is ChatGPT?

In a guest article in the WELT, Julian Nida-Rümelin and Dorothea Winter discuss how ethically (un)problematic the speech synthesis system ChatGPT is.

FAZ guest article about the language AI ChatGPT

In a guest article in the FAZ, Alexander Pretschner, Eric Hilgendorf, Ute Schmid and Hannah Schmid-Petri explore the question of what follows from the language AI ChatGPT.

Study: Quality of journalistic coverage of the corona pandemic

What is the quality of journalistic reporting on the coronal pandemic? A study by communication and media researchers at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and Ludwig Maximilian University Munich provides the first answers.