Program 2024

What is truth? - Ethical and practical issues in the use of AI.     

We will have some Keynotes as well as enough time to get to know each other and learn from each others experiences. 

Here we will publicise the programm as we get confirmations.

Monday September 9th

We will start at 2pm.

Early arrival - even on Sunday is possible

Meet and greet



Tuesday September 10th


Tell your story

Visit to Geneva

Wednesday September 11th


Tell your story

Annual General Meeting

Closing at 2pm



Prof. Dr. Holger Sievert, Cologne: "Artificial intelligence as a (non-)topic of two large European churches"

Empirical findings from a survey of almost 1,500 church employees as well as own current observations and recommendations.


Holger Sievert is one of those who have conducted the most extensive empirical studies on digitalisation and the churches in recent years. His university was the first in Germany to explicitly allow AI to be used in students' project work.


Christine Ulrich, Munich: “The search for truth in jour-nalism in the face of political and technical challenges”

The present is politically (“post-factuality”) and technically (AI) challenging. Journalism has always tried to understand and convey reality. But how can it still report truthfully when everything can be fake, when everything can be misused politically? 


Christine Ulrich is a journalist (Evangelischer Presseverband für Bayern) and media ethicist; she is currently writing her doctoral thesis on “The truth discourse in its significance for journalistic work” at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt.