Human-IST (Human Centered Interaction Science and Technology) aims to develop and evaluate new interface technologies that are usable, useful, and appealing to a broad section of people, and compatible with sustainability criteria. It is dedicated to research and training in Human-Centered Digitalisation and Interaction Science & Technology combining expertise coming from several disciplines such as computer science, psychology, law and sociology.

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Interview by La Liberté

Anna Jobin explains how AI works, and why its output should not be compared to artistic creation by humans.

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SACM 2024

Opening Keynote: When Media Comes To Matter

Artificial Intelligence and the materiality of media

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Opening keynote on AI and the illusion of neutrality

Bringing together the public, cultural institutions and the university, the Ulmer Denkanstösse are an annual cornerstone of the city of Ulm. Anna Jobin was invited to give the opening keynote presentation.

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Masters at Human-IST

Digital Neuroscience Master

The new Specialised Master in Digital Neuroscience creates a new professional figure spanning both the neuroscience and digital sides, by using a truly interdisciplinary approach. 

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Digital Society Master

The master’s minor programme Digital Society focuses on the social dimensions and consequences of digital technology in contemporary societies. 

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Soft and Cognitive Computing

Human-Computer Interaction

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