The value of information is diminishing due to the continuous surge in the volume and accessibility of data and content.
AI literacy is about the increasing importance of cognitive, affective, and sociocultural skills for dealing with artificial intelligence in everyday life.
Significant social, technological, and economic changes are changing the workforce available to organizations.
Advances in synthetic media, and in particular generative AI, have increased the need to ensure the authenticity of data and material used in communication processes.
Advanced hardware for capturing physiological and behavioral data, coupled with AI-based software solutions for interpreting this data, are increasingly opening up new ways for human–technology interaction.
History communication is a real asset to set companies apart – as Felix Krebber and Matthias Krämer explain.
Ulrike Röttger and Thomas Voigt look at
sustainable corporate communications from new angles.
We’ve talked to Miriam Henn (Sanofi), about influencer communications and the potential of virtual influencers.
Are virtual influencers a glimpse into the future of corporate advocacy? Results of a research project on synthetic media.
Ines Schurin and Ansgar Zerfass explain how the concept can help communications departments identify gaps and provide the big picture.