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NZZ: Robots on the way to the executive suites
The prestigious Swiss newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ) reported on Professor Dirk Helbing's speech at NZZ's "Podium zur Zukunft der Arbeit", or panel on the future of work, in an article covering the event. In the event, questions of how the rapid technological upheavals will fundamentally change the working world of tomorrow and how to adapt to this change were discussed. Read more
Netzwoche: Open data for a smart society
Professor Dirk Helbing and Prasad Pulikal explain to Netzwoche the idea of ETH's Nervousnet project, where ordinary citizens help develop new services by providing the needed data. Read more
Scientific American: Will democracy survive big data and artificial intelligence?
Professor Dirk Helbing co-authored an article in Scientific American discussing the future of democracy, and how the digital revolution will change our world. Read more
Smithsonian.com: How fluid dynamics can help you navigate crowds
The Smithsonian magazine published an article discussing how to navigate safely through a crowd. In the article, Professor Helbing explains how modeling a crowd as interacting particles can give insights into how to keep safe in such situations. Read more
Futurezone: "A super intelligent system will not save the earth"
In an interview with Futurezone, Professor Dirk Helbing explains the effects digitization and technical advances may have on social and economic systems."A super intelligent system will not save the earth," says Professor Helbing. Read more
NZZ: A whole new game is starting
Prof. Dirk Helbing wrote a commentary for the prestigious Swiss newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung. "When 1 percent of citizens own 99 percent of the world, it cannot be good in the long run," he argues. Read more
Aargauer Zeitung: Big data and algorithms are the atomic bombs of the digital age
A Swiss regional newspaper Aargauer Zeitung cited Prof. Dirk Helbing. Read more
IT Press: When the car drives by itself
The Austrian magazine covering the topics of information technologies and IT companies presented the new event „Automatisiertes Fahren“ in Vienna and the keynote talk by Prof. Dirk Helbing. Read more
Netzwoche: E-Government needs open innovations
A Swiss magazine Netzwoche covered the 10th E-Government Symposium in Bern, Swizterland. Dirk Helbing was one of the speakers. Read more
Rhein-Neckar Zeitung: The dictatorship of data? Scenarios for the digital world
A regional German newspaper from Heidelberg Rhein-Neckar Zeitung covered the discussion in Heidelberg. Dirk Helbing was one of the speakers. Read more