Prof. Dr. Matthias Braun has been honored with the prestigious Falling Walls Prize in the “SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES” category!
Exciting News! Prof. Dr. Matthias Braun, a renowned researcher in Social Ethics, has been honored with the prestigious Falling Walls Prize in the “SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES” category!
Prof. Braun’s groundbreaking work delves into the intersection of technology, ethics, and society, exploring how new technologies transform our lives and impact our understanding of solidarity, justice, and vulnerability. His research addresses thought-provoking questions such as the influence of digital twins on health, the ethical dimensions of artificial intelligence, and the evolving dynamics of our relationships, work, and future visions in the digital age.
Imagine a world where a digital twin predicts a cardiac complication two weeks in advance. How much trust should we place in such simulations? Prof. Braun challenges us to ponder these crucial questions in the hypothesis podcast and beyond.
Join us at the Falling Walls Science Summit in Berlin (7-9 November 2023) to witness Prof. Braun presents his groundbreaking research and engages in insightful discussions with fellow participants.
Prof. Dr. Matthias Braun holds the position of Professor of Social Ethics at the Evangelical Theological Faculty of the University of Bonn. He has received recognition from the European Research Council (ERC) and collaborates with researchers from Erlangen, Hamburg, and Munich in a special research area funded by the German Research Foundation.
Let’s celebrate the pursuit of knowledge and the breaking down of barriers in science and society with Prof. Matthias Braun and the Falling Walls Foundation!