Communicative Figurations


Newest Press Releases, Publications and Information of the Research Network

New lecture series at ZeMKI: ComAI Lectures

The hype surrounding ChatGPT has brought it to the attention of the general public: Communicative AI - the spread of generative AI for the purpose of communication - is becoming increasingly widespread. But what exactly does it mean when machines become part of human...

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Prof. Dr. Christian Katzenbach interviewed by SWR

Prof. Dr. Christian Katzenbach was invited to the podcast "Was geht, was bleibt" by SWR Kultur on 20.10.2023 as an expert on the topic of the episode "KI-Fake-News un Bild und Ton: Droht uns die Infokalypse ?" In conversation with presenter Christian Batzlen,...

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Refiguration of Public Communication Workshop 2023

From 5 to 6 October, ZeMKI members Prof. Dr. Andreas Hepp, Dr. Leif Kramp, Hendrik Kühn, Gino Krüger, Dr. Philip Sinner and Prof. Dr. Karsten D. Wolf met with their national and international colleagues for the workshop "Refiguration of Public Communication 2023" of...

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Keynote by ZemKI-Member Prof. Dr. Andreas Hepp

"Theoretical modeling and empirical approach from a linguistic perspective" is the topic of the conference at the University of Zurich, at the German Department. ZeMKI member Prof. Dr. Andreas Hepp will give a keynote speech on the challenges of communicative AI on...

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New Article by ZeMKI Member Prof. Dr. Andras Hepp

The publication entitled "Necessary Entanglements: Reflections on the Role of a "Materialist Phenomenology" in Researching Deep Mediatization and Datafication" by Prof. Dr. Andreas Hepp and Prof. Nick Couldry (Department of Media and Communications, London School of...

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