NEWS: SCIoI participates in the Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2023 with an inter-cluster Pub Quiz at TU and a Lab Day at MAR
Every year during the Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften, universities and scientific institutions around the city open their doors to families and curious citizens to share their scientific research with the general public. This year is no exception, and on 17 June, SCIoI will participate in the event with two activities. At MAR, we will be opening our
INTERVIEW: A chat with Lujain Kretzschmar, SCIoI’s diversity and equal opportunities officer
From gender to ethnicity and religion, diversity is a very broad topic. We've spoken to our diversity and equal opportunity officer, Lujain Kretzschmar, to find out more about her role at SCIoI. You are responsible for diversity and equal opportunities at SCIoI. What does that mean to you? Diversity is not only an important subject but also a
NEWS: Listen to the First Episode of “Punching Cards, the SCIoI Podcast About All Things Intelligent”
Episode 1 of “Punching Cards, the SCIoI podcast about all things intelligent” is now online! When we talk about intelligence, we often mean human intelligence. But what is that? How can we study it? In this episode, we spoke to John-Dylan Haynes and Matthias Ziegler to try and understand and define human intelligence. Does it even exist?
NEWS: Presenting “Punching Cards, the SCIoI Podcast About All Things Intelligent.” Listen to the trailer now!
We are proud to announce that the trailer of our podcast, Punching Cards, is now live, and the first episode will air on 24 May with six weekly releases. Listen to the trailer now! We've gathered an incredible group of experts to join us on this journey, including our special guests Matthias Ziegler, Richard Moore, Lisa Miracchi,
NEWS: Advancing Ethics in AI: Science of Intelligence Gives its Contribution at “KI-Camp 2023” Event of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research
On 26 April, 2023, Dafna Burema, postdoctoral researcher at Science of Intelligence (SCIoI), contributed to the highly anticipated KI-Camp organized by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the German Informatics Society (GI) with an interactive session titled “Artificial Intelligence: Examples of AI gone wrong and ethical questions.” The session was moderated by
NEWS: Science of Intelligence hosts thirty school girls during Girls’ Day 2023
During this year’s Girls’ Day, on 27 April 2023, SCIoI opened its doors once again to school girls from the Berlin area. In the course of the day, thirty girls gained an insight into the Cluster’s work and got to interact with the many demonstrators in SCIoI’s labs. After an introduction and an interactive discussion about intelligence,
INTERVIEW: Julten Abdelhalim on her role as SCIoI’s Academic Coordinator
Julten Abdelhalim joined SCIoI last October as the cluster's Academic Coordinator. We've had a chat with her to find out more about her role. You are responsible for the academic program at SCIoI. What does that mean to you? At SCIoI, I support both the doctoral and postdoctoral researchers in all aspects of their research and study. The
NEWS: Register now for the three air-themed CollActive Materials Workshops in May
This workshop series is part of the BUA-funded project CollActive Materials, a joint science communication project of the two Clusters of Excellence Science of Intelligence and Matters of Activity. In this project, the two clusters draw from their respective thematic areas to imagine our possible futures with intelligent materials in a collective speculation that involves scientists,
NEWS: Get ready for Girls’ Day 2023 @SCIoI
Girl's Day is just around the corner, don't miss out on the opportunity to hang with some great female scientists! Girls' Day is a unique chance for school girls all over Germany to visit scientific institutions, and get inspiration for their future careers. This year, the Excellence Cluster Science of Intelligence is hosting again this special event.