Digital information technology is changing almost all aspects of our society. Big Data and Artificial Intelligence affect our daily life ever more thoroughly. How do we turn the digital society into a better one than the analogue society? Tilburg University conducts research into the opportunities and threats.
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Viktor Mayer-Schönberger: "Data-rich markets will change our society"
Data is replacing money as the driver of market behavior. Big finance and big companies will be replaced by small groups and individual actors who make markets instead of making things. That is what Viktor Mayer-Schönberger concluded in the 2nd Vrienden van Cobbenhagen Lecture entitled <i>Towards a Digital Society</i> on Friday January 26, 2018.
Tilburg Law School launches database on labor migration
PRESS RELEASE 8 February 2016 - What are the real consequences of European labor migration for the Dutch economy, labor market and social security system? A new database containing research papers and policy reports is now available and offers insights in a structured way.
Jens Prüfer and Christoph Schottmüller on competing with big data
Recent technological developments have led to large increases in both the availability of data and firms' ability to analyze them. Big data holds the promise that it may allow firms to learn about user preferences and thus design products that more closely match a consumer's personal needs.
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Data Science Center Tilburg
Data Science Center Tilburg (DSC/t) brings together Tilburg University’s scientific expertise in economics, management, law, social sciences, behavioral sciences and the humanities to develop and apply data science.
Tilburg center for Cognition and Communication
We study how people communicate with each other and how computer systems can be taught to communicate with us.
Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT)
TILT studies emerging technologies and their impact on the individual and society, recognizing the interplay between technology, regulation and fundamental values and human rights.
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