CHANSE Kick-off Conference in Tallinn, Estonia on June 1-2, 2023 served as a spot for CHANSE funded project presentations, networking, workshops and inspiring discussions.
*The Conference was open for participants involved in the CHANSE programme.
•1:25 – 29:00
How to remain human in the automated society? Challenges for culture, education, and personality
Marju Lauristin, University of Tartu, Estonia
• 30:15 – 56:15
Digital publics and the political economy of war in Ukraine
Taras Fedirko, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
- 2:47 – 31:40
Resilience in the world of uncertainty
Victoria Murovana, Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine
- 6:50 – 1:30:15
AI and its potential social (dis)empowerment:
Marta Peirano, El Pais & Radio Nacional de España, Spain
Radboud Winkels, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Aleksandra Przegalińska-Skierkowska, Kozminski University, Poland
Mhairi Aitken, Alan Turing Institute, United Kingdom
Ewa Karczmarczuk, EFECTE, Finland
• 8:15 – 1:22:22
Digital humanities – collaboration with different actors, disciplines and stakeholders:
Maciej Maryl, Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Agiatis Benardou, Athena RC, Greece (DARIAH-EU)
Jamie Davies, Arts and Humanities Reseach Council, UK
Eveline Wandl-Vogt, Austrian Centre For Digital Humanities And Cultural Heritage, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria
CHANSE Networks for Transformational Change brings together CHANSE project researchers, external participants and CHANSE itself to imaginatively explore and chart current and future scenarios for digital transformation.
We are glad to introduce you Knowledge Exchange Facilitators who would support CHANSE Programme in those tasks
Dr Sara Perry
Dr Anna Simandiraki-Grimshaw
Dr Blen Taye
The conference will take place in the premises of the Tallinn University Conference Centre in the heart of Tallinn (Estonia). The Tallinn University Conference Centre is located near the Tallinn old town and all the attractions that Tallinn city centre has to offer. The conference venue and city centre are only within a few minutes walking distance from each other. Tallinn also has a good public transport system with bus and tram station nearby. You can reach Tallinn Airport with public transportation (tram nr.4) which runs every 8 minutes between Tallinn airport and Tallinn city centre (travelling time ~20 min).
Tallinn University Conference Centre
Narva mnt 29,
10120 Tallinn, Estonia
Internal EU flights are available directly to Tallin airport from many major European cities (see destinations and airlines at the airport website.