BFH is committed to a responsible and people-centred digital transformation. What does that mean in concrete terms? In particular, what factors enable us to assess whether the effects of digital transformation are positive for people? An outlook by Sarah Degallier Rochat, André Zdunek and Esther Abplanalp. In a workshop involving representatives from all departments, the […]
About Sarah Degallier Rochat
Prof. Dr. Sarah Degallier Rochat is the Head of the strategic thematic field Humane Digital Transformation. Her research interests include the design of inclusive human-machine interfaces, the upskilling of the workforce and the impact of automation and augmentation on work conditions.
Entries by Sarah Degallier Rochat
Digital ethics is central to the use of artificial intelligence. It was the topic of the recent Shift conference in Zurich. The speakers come from practice and research and offer innovative perspectives on how we as a society can address the opportunities and challenges of digitalisation. The author was present at the conference and shares […]
Digital technologies are changing the way we live and work with consequences that are difficult to assess. The Bern University of Applied Sciences is committed to ensuring that technology is developed, used and regulated in such a way that it serves our vision of a just society and puts people’s needs at the centre. To […]
The ageing of society is more advanced in Japan than in Switzerland. Japan has been under corresponding pressure to innovate for some time. A delegation from BFH travelled to Nara Prefectureto exchange views with local experts on how to deal with an ageing society and to discuss cooperation. In view of the severe shortage of […]