University Hospital Ulm, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy II
Prof. Dr. Dr. Manfred Spitzer studied medicine, psychology and philosophy in Freiburg. After completing his doctorate in medicine and philosophy and his habilitation in psychiatry, he worked as a senior physician at the psychiatric university clinic in Heidelberg. Three research stays in the USA at Harvard University and the University of Oregon have shaped Manfred Spitzer's further scientific work at the interface of neurobiology, psychology and psychiatry. Manfred Spitzer has been Medical Director of the Psychiatric University Clinic in Ulm since 1997. In 2004, he founded the Transfer Center for Neuroscience and Learning (ZNL), which conducts basic education research, evaluates educational institutions and supports them in the further development of their pedagogical work. Manfred Spitzer is the author of numerous bestsellers.
Even before building, digitization does not stop. It is important to know what - and in principle - you can and can not do. This requires an understanding of people and computers, their similarities and differences, and advances in computers that function like (human) brains. Some building processes are already partially digitized (planning), others (the actual work on site) will be partially digitized. The impact of digitization on our society will depend on whether we can reasonably balance desired positive effects and unwanted and unintended negative effects. Hype alone is never enough in the long run.
Beyond the Scopes, Building visions
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