Prix Ars Electronica Featured at the Opening of the New Institute for Internet and Society in Berlin

(Linz, October 25, 2011) The Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society opens today. Sponsored by Google and operated jointly by Berlin’s Humboldt University, Berlin University of the Arts, and the Social Science Research Center Berlin, the new research facility will work closely with the Hans Bredow Institute to focus on issues having to do with the internet and Information Society as a whole. The official opening ceremony is being attended by German Federal Minister of Justice Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger, the presidents of all partner institutions and Google Chairman David C. Drummond. The event will be followed by a symposium featuring a prestigious lineup of participants. “Exploring the Digital Future” also includes a presentation of outstanding projects honored by the Prix Ars Electronica. Read more


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