Scholz, R. et al. (Eds.)DiDaT Weißbuch: Responsible handling of digital data – Orientations of a transdisciplinary process

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Roland W. Scholz, Markus Beckedahl, Stephan Noller & Ortwin Renn (Eds.)

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Nomos publishing, Baden-Baden

Digitization is leading to a fundamental change in all areas of life. This has advantages, but also undesirable side effects. The project 'DiDaT – Digital data as the subject of a transdisciplinary process' deals with unintended side effects of digital transformation. In this transdisciplinary process, over 150 experts from science and practice have identified relevant undesirable consequences of using digital data and develop socially robust guidelines for dealing with it regarding the areas of:

  • mobility
  • health
  • agriculture
  • future of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as well as
  • use of social media

The results of DiDaT are summarized in this white paper.

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