Artificial intelligence

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Henry Ajder about Deepfakes

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Henry Ajder about Deepfakes

The key point I would make about regulating deepfakes is that, in some cases, new laws may be needed, but much of the harm deepfakes cause is covered by existing laws, or could be covered by amending existing laws.

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Denis Teyssou about Deepfakes

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Denis Teyssou about Deepfakes

Synthetic audio means that it will be possible to make any person say anything, making it even easier to make politicians or celebrities victims of deepfake as there is a lot of publicly accessible audio of their voices.

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Sam Gregory about Deepfakes

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Sam Gregory about Deepfakes

Rhetoric about the ‘end of truth’ plays into the hands of people who already are saying you can’t believe anything – and that is neither true of most audiovisual material, nor true yet for deepfakes. We should not panic but prepare instead.

EU Project PhilHumans ESMH

EU Project : PhilHumans

PhilHumans : The goal of the PhilHumans (Personal Health Interfaces Leveraging Human-MAchine Natural interactionS) project is to train a next generation of young researchers in innovative Artificial Intelligence (AI) and establish user interaction with their personal health devices in an advanced and intuitive way. PhilHumans will investigate cutting-edge AI methods for human-machine interaction in the ...

EU project Clarify ESMH

EU Project : CLARIFY

CLARIFY : There were 17 million new cases of cancer diagnosed worldwide in 2018. Survival rates of cancer patients were rather poor until recent decades, when diagnostic techniques have been improved and novel therapeutic options have been developed. It is estimated that more than 50% of adult patients diagnosed with cancer live at least 5 ...

EU Project PATH TOX ESMH

EU Project : PATH-TOX

PATH-TOX : Drug discovery is a time consuming, expensive and risky process. Each drug to market must undergo safety/ toxicity testing in animals which yields thousands of tissue sections that currently must be assessed manually by a trained veterinary pathology. However, there is a looming crisis due to the lack pathologists. The PATH-TOX consortium is ...

EU project : SCOOP4C

EU Project : SCOOP4C

The project was launched by the European Commission in November 2016 and it is funded under the H2020 call CO-CREATION-05-2015 - Coordination and support action (CSA). Five organizations from four different member states explore how the once-only principle for citizens can be implemented at a European level. The University of Koblenz-Landau is coordinating this project. The overall aim ...

e-Governance: the Estonian Case

e-Governance: the Estonian Case

Estonia is one of two countries worldwide to offer an e-Residency, a government-issued status and identity granting access to the EU’s digital business environment. Even Barack Obama is an Estonian e-Resident. Which challenges do e-Residency and e-Governance in general pose for the public sector, and how does scientific research evaluate the digital transformation?

Martin Emmer ESMH scientists opinion e-governance

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Martin Emmer about e-Governance

Our understanding of citizenship is not based on a definition that refers to formal membership of a person to a nation or political entity, but more generally on the self-perception of individuals in relation to any nation or entity they may belong to.

Ott Velsberg ESMH scientists opinion e-governance

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Ott Velsberg about e-Governance

Increased quality of service, the lack of bureaucracy, and the ease of interacting with the government directly benefit the business and citizens.