Various forms of artificial intelligence are increasingly finding their way into our digitally networked everyday lives. But what consequences do the increasing automation of communication and automated media have for society? This will be discussed next year by communication and media researchers at the 68th annual conference of the German Communication Association in Bremen.
Topics Range from Disinformation to Health Communication
Communication researchers are invited to submit presentation proposals from their current research on the theory, fields of application, and consequences of automated communication. This includes such pressing problem areas as the spread of disinformation and hate speech, challenges of political communication, health communication, governance and regulation, as well as ethical, infrastructural, economic and, last but not least, methodological issues regarding the transformation of the public sphere, media appropriation, and communication practices.
The call for presentation outlines will be published on the conference website at www.dgpuk2023.de.
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Prof. Dr. Andreas Hepp
Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research (ZeMKI)
University of Bremen
Phone: +49 421 218-67620
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