Topic: Digital competition

Digitalisation is reshaping the global economic order. As companies digitalise products and services, their market positions are shifting. How can we carve out a European approach to the international digital competition?

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.

“There is a need for further education regarding the right to data portability”

After completing their project, Susanne Mayr, Jens Großklags, and Johann Kranz discuss their findings on data portability in this interview.

Panel Discussion | The Chinese Social Credit System Revisited: Implementation, Impact and Irritations

To conclude the project, the public event “The Chinese Social Credit System Revisited: Implementation, Impact and Irritations” will discuss the current state of the SCS with its remaining irritations and draw conclusions…

Data use for medicine, administration and justice

On the occasion of the For..Net Symposium 2023, Dirk Heckmann talks about why the use of data is so relevant for medicine, administration and justice.

All thumbs up? What makes software morally good

An interview with Jan Gogoll on the question of when software is morally good and why ethical factors should be included in software development.

The 49-euro ticket in the digital subscription – participation for all?

Figures from bidt show that parts of the population could face major hurdles in acquiring and using the 49-euro ticket due to a lack of digital skills.

Engineering Good Software – Quality, Values, Standards, and Education

What are the criteria for determining whether software is good? There are technical aspects to consider such as functionality, reliability, efficiency, and flexibility, but this is not enough. With the increasing debate on the ethical…

Data Economy

Data can be understood as an economic good in its own right, shared and traded much like any other commodity. However, the bold prediction that data would become a ‘new asset class’ has yet to materialise.

Green Data, Indicators, Algorithms: Connecting Smart Cities and Sustainable Finance

The project explores biases, implicit theories of change and implications of existing sustainability measurement and valuation models and generates against the background of this analysis new regionally, spatially and institutionally…