News / Program: Digital Humanism Program

Sérgio Barbosa: The Rise of WhatsAppers From the Global South

Chat apps seemingly oscillate between two poles. On the one hand, they serve to quickly send videos of clumsy animals to relatives and friends. On a societal level, many messenger apps have gained a questionable reputation as flywheels of…
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Digital Humanism Summit 2023: Read the Final Statement

Statement of the Digital Humanism Initiative on Generative AI and Democratic Sustainability
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Art Installation by Digital Humanism Junior Visiting Fellow Marika Grasso

Between 26 and 28 June, parts of the IWM library were turned into a venue for an art installation curated by IWM Visiting Fellow Marika Grasso. The installation is a response to the Junior Visiting Fellows Conference 2023 and the discourses and…

New IWM Fellow Starting in November

We are happy to hereby announce that Allison Stanger will begin her Digital Humanism Fellowship in November. You can learn more about this fellowship program and her research project by clicking on her name. 
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Minister Leonore Gewessler Meets With Digital Humanism Fellows

The IWM’s first Digital Humanism fellows – Visiting Fellow Edward A. Lee and the two Junior Visiting Fellows Nena Močnik and Kieran Hegarty – were invited to the Austrian Federal Ministry for Climate Action to present their work and exchange ideas…

New Digital Humanism Fellowship Program at the IWM

In 2022, the IWM will launch a new fellowship program on Digital Humanism, funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology.