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Aaron Sterniczky

Aaron Sterniczky holds a PhD in Political Science, studied in Vienna, Warsaw, Munich, and Oxford. He runs a consultancy agency based in Vienna, his focus lies on the digital transformation of markets and societies.

Articles

25.05.2018
Überlasst es den Maschinen!

Es verspricht immense Vorteile, wenn Maschinen manuelle Tätigkeiten übernehmen. Das belegen historische Erfahrungen. Die politische Aufgabe besteht also nicht darin, anstehende Veränderungen zu verlangsamen - sondern ihnen demokratischen Charakter zu verschaffen.

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25.05.2018
Let the Machine Do It

Advances in labour-saving technology promise to radically restructure the labour market. The political challenge is to ensure the benefits are shared by all.

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27.04.2018
Promise and Prejudice: When Algorithms Decide

As algorithms take more and more decisions for us, the moral, social, and political consequences of their processes must be examined.

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31.10.2017
To Fear or Not to Fear the Robot

Most politicians turn a blind eye but it has never been more crucial - how can we prepare for artificial intelligence's increasing power and role in our lives?

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27.10.2017
Green Observatory: Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

Green Observatory provides a round-up of what's happening in Europe on a particular topic. We ask experts and politicians about the positions and actions of their country and the Green party. This month: artificial intelligence and robotics.

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12.07.2017
The Robot and Donald Trump: Technology and the Rise of Populism in the West

What can be done to reconcile technological progress and civic democracy?

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18.05.2017
“Wir möchten weiterarbeiten. Hier in Budapest, wohin wir gehören.”

Aaron Sterniczky holds a PhD in Political Science, studied in Vienna, Warsaw, Munich, and Oxford. He runs a consultancy agency based in Vienna, his focus lies on the digital transformation of markets and societies.

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18.05.2017
“We would like to carry on working. Here in Budapest, where we belong.”

Why is Hungary's Central European University under threat? One of its professors explains what's going on.

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