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"Transmission of Intelligence and Information: A History of Artificial Intelligence" by Rudolf Seising, Ph.D.
This lecture is part of the rescheduled 2020 GHI Spring Lecture Series “'The spirits that I called': Artificial Life from the Enlightenment to the Present.” It will be delivered by Rudolf Seising (Deutsches Museum).

Apr 29, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Rudolf Seising
Rudolf Seising obtained his Ph.D. in Philosophy of Science and his Habilitation in the History of Science from the Ludwig–Maximilians–University (LMU) in Munich after studying Mathematics, Physics, and Philosophy at the Ruhr-University of Bochum. He has been a Scientific Assistant for Computer Science (1988-1995) and for the History of Science (1995-2002) at the University of the Armed Forces Munich. He was with the core unit for Medical Statistics and Informatics at the Medical University of Vienna (Austria) (2002-2008). He became College Lecturer at the Faculty of History and Arts, at the LMU (2005) and then served as Professor for the History of Science at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (Germany) (2008, 2014-17) and at the LMU (2009/10). He now works at the Research Institute for the History of Science and Technology at the Deutsches Museum.
Claudia Roesch
Claudia Roesch is a research fellow in American History at the German Historical Institute Washington. She studied Contemporary History, English and American Studies at Humboldt University Berlin and received her PhD in Contemporary History from the University of Münster in 2014 with a dissertation of Mexican immigrant families in the 20th century United States. From 2015 to 2107, she was a researcher in the University of Münster’s Collaborative Research Center “Cultures of Decision-Making”. She has been at the GHI Washington since 2018 and her second monograph on the transnational history of family planning is forthcoming in the fall of 2021.