The 2023 Latsis Symposium will take place at ETH Zurich over the next three days. This year’s theme is how to counter online phenomena such as hate speech and fake news and how public discourse can be strengthened. It starts off today with a Hackathon at which students will develop an algorithm for recognising online hate speech.
“Holdings of ETH Zurich Architectural Culture” exhibition
Visit the “Holdings of ETH Zurich Architectural Culture” exhibition in the machine hall of the ML/FHK building (Zentrum Campus) and experience the renovated hall as well!
The exhibition lasts until Sunday, 10 Sept, daily from 9 am to 5 pm. external pageGuided tourscall_made are available on Wednesday, 6 Sept, 12.15 p.m. and on Saturday, 9 Sept, 10.30 a.m.
In the second semester of 2023, you can expect diverse topics such as writing with AI-based tools, the visualisation of research data or "Rock your Master's" – a new event especially for Master's students.
Vanessa Wood, Vice President for Knowledge Transfer and Corporate Relations, wants to expand research collaborations with industry, governmental agencies and non-profit organisations. She has recruited Jeannine Pilloud, who brings a wealth of industry experience, to help her with this task.
Every year at ETH Zurich, hundreds of students learn the fundamentals of mathematics through lectures and exercises. Now, their lecturers are also setting them practise sequences on the computer. This interview highlights the potential of a new method.