Persuasive Algorithms? — The Rhetorics of Generative AI 

Inter­na­tion­al Con­fer­ence "Per­suas­ive Algorithms? — The Rhet­or­ics of Gen­er­at­ive AI". The Cen­ter for Rhet­or­ic­al Sci­ence Com­mu­nic­a­tion Research on Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence (RHET AI) in cooper­a­tion with the Max Planck Insti­tute for Intel­li­gent Sys­tems Tübingen/Stuttgart (MPI-IS) is organ­iz­ing an inter­dis­cip­lin­ary sym­posi­um on the found­a­tions, func­tion­al­it­ies, and com­mu­nic­at­ive implic­a­tions of Gen­er­at­ive AI. The sym­posi­um will take place on Novem­ber 12–14, 2024, at the MPI-IS in Tübin­gen, and the sci­entif­ic dis­cus­sion will be accom­pan­ied by a pub­lic Sci­ence Notes event as part of the Sci­ence and Innov­a­tion Days of the Uni­ver­sity of Tübingen.

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Artificial Turn: Pre-Prints 

The antho­logy Arti­fi­cial Turn — Inter­dis­cip­lin­ary Per­spect­ives on Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence (ed. by Anne Burkhardt, Susanne Marschall and Olaf Kramer) provides an over­view of the research activ­it­ies of the RHET AI Centre and its asso­ci­ated partners

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Deus ex machina? A practical look at AI tools 

It’s hard to avoid the term "arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence" these days: Almost every day, new AI-powered pro­grams and tools appear on the mar­ket, designed to sim­pli­fy writ­ing, research and cre­ativ­ity pro­cesses. It's a devel­op­ment that is caus­ing both excite­ment and con­cern — among research­ers as well as those who will be most affected by the AI tool revolu­tion: Cre­at­ives and desk workers.

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Research Blog

AI in Museums: SHIFT.KI Kunstmuseum Stuttgart 

Arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence is occupy­ing soci­ety. This is no news, but can be seen in the most diverse areas of every­day life. For example, through the grow­ing num­ber of exhib­i­tions about and with AI. For our mini-series AI in

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Testing AI Tools: Playground AI 

With the "Deus Ex Mach­ina? — Test­ing AI Tools"-series we want to show you dif­fer­ent tools, that aim to sim­pli­fy writ­ing, design and research by using Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence. More on the "Deus Ex Machina?"-series can be found here.

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