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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.

Cybersecurity and IT security research

IT security research: ethical issues and legal challenges

We spoke with Professor Felix Freiling about the biggest IT security gaps in Germany and possible solutions to the legal risks faced by IT security researchers.

Unravelling acceptance in the light of technology: Insights, perspectives and a research approach

Members of the project “Transforming Digitally” reflect on the concept of technology acceptance from their different disciplinary perspectives.

Courage to participate: insights from “bidt Konferenz 2023: Communicating Digitally – Communicating the Digital”

Generative AI and automated digital communication, regulation of new technologies and digital participation – these and other topics were the focus of “bidt Konferenz 2023” on 11 and 12 October at Gasteig HP8.

“We need something like the economic miracle in the AI sector”

We spoke with the author, podcaster and internet entrepreneur about possible solutions to reduce fears about the AI transformation.

Unequal and contested – Content Delivery Networks as critical infrastructures

Content Delivery Network (CDN) providers are increasingly influencing military contexts and geopolitical tensions and conflicts. A digital policy debate on these critical infrastructures has been overdue.

How Germany is spending too much time talking about digitalisation

How Germany is spending too much time talking about digitalisation

In this blog post, Dirk von Gehlen writes about the debate on the digital transformation in Germany – and why we need more courage.

#climatechange – Do internet memes influence climate policy?

Memes are spreading across social media and shaping the public climate debate. How exactly do they do this – and do memes even influence political decisions?

Identity crisis? How companies transform digitally and stay true to themselves at the same time

How to make digital transformation work for companies? Angela Graf and Thomas Hess show that it is an organisation’s identity that counts.

“”: Germany lags behind in digital skills

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