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Generative AI is changing school and university – key challenges

The bidt study shows how generative AI is used and perceived, particularly in an educational context. A critical examination of AI, clear guidelines and controlled examination formats are just a few of the current challenges.

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Increasing the digital competence of Europe: The “bidt-Digitalbarometer.international” study is presented in Brussels

How do things stand with regard to the digital competences of populations in different European countries? The “bidt-Digitalbarometer.international” was presented at the Representation of the Free State of Bavaria…

bidt Director Professor Dirk Heckmann re-elected as constitutional judge

tThe bidt congratulates Dirk Heckmann, who has been elected as a part-time constitutional judge for the fifth time. Professor Heckmann holds the Chair of Law and Security of Digitalisation at the Technical University of Munich…

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Effective data protection as a success factor for the digital work environment

The Policy Brief with the topic “More is more: Better employee data protection for comprehensive use of workplace data” can be found here: The top five challenges for data protection Teebken and Hess criticise the current…

The bidt is funding four projects on the topic of “Digital transformation and resilience”

From 2024, the bidt will be funding four new research projects at Bavarian universities and research institutions on the topic of “Digital Transformation and Resilience”.

Working from home is increasingly becoming a competitive factor for companies

A new study by the bidt shows:
The offer of working from home is a decisive factor for the acquisition and retention of employees and their identification with the company.

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New bidt study: Generative AI is significantly changing the working environment

A new study by bidt shows: Generative artificial intelligence (AI) such as ChatGPT has spread rapidly in German workplaces. Current figures on usage, satisfaction and risk awareness.

“bidt-Digitalbarometer.international”: Germany lags behind in digital skills

The new “bidt-Digitalbarometer.international” reveals that the German population has weaker digital skills compared to other European countries.

Closing security gaps

The most recent bidt policy brief focuses on the responsible management of IT security vulnerabilities.

bidt launches new round of calls for research projects

In a new round of calls for proposals, the bidt is funding interdisciplinary research projects on digital transformation. Project proposals can be submitted until 3 May 2023.