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“Do you think your job could be taken over by a robot?”

“Aimeriez-vous qu’un robot prenne soin de vous?” – with questions like this, the Neues Museum Biel invites you to two current exhibitions: Hello, Robot – Design zwischen Mensch und Maschine, which takes a multi-faceted look at the changing human-machine relationship, and Biel/Bienne 4.0 – Revolutions at Work since 1800 , which looks at the historical […]


Lessons from the Covid19 crisis: How the courtroom went virtual (1)

The judicial authorities are not known as particularly innovative or digital. However, the contact restrictions of the pandemic have now given a powerful push to the digital transformation – an overview of the status quo It was not too long ago that the drivers and advocates of digitalisation in the justice sector were confronted with […]


Lessons from Covid-19 – making art digitally accessible (3)

Based on the experiences of the first lockdown, the subsequent (partial) reopening and the last days in the near-lockdown, clear recommendations can be formulated for the stakeholders of the arts. It is important to take the crisis seriously. Financially stable institutions should do something for their audiences and for those arts professionals who have lost […]


Teaching from Covid-19 – How universities can teach digitally (2)

So far, the potential of existing platforms for online teaching has only been used to a small extent. In the following, three scenarios will show how digital university teaching could be made attractive. They are based on previous experience in the classroom and with hybrid academic conferences. Scenario 1: Three screens for presentations and plenary […]


Lessons from Covid-19 – How theatre reaches its audience digitally (2)

The digitisation of theatre first failed over 20 years ago. Now it’s time to break new digital ground, in all the arts. We have the economic necessity and technical opportunity. Now is the time for transformation. On the day Part 1 appeared, Bern’s theatres were closed, along with clubs, bars and museums. Between the first […]