In many professions where personal contact with people is paramount, digitalisation has a difficult time. But digital tools can also make midwives’ work easier in obstetrics. DIZH fellow Michael Gemperle tells you what digitalisation can do in obstetrics – and what it can’t.Read More »Digitalisation in obstetrics
Alice Delorme Benites from the ZHAW School of Applied Linguistics knows that machine translation systems are popular among ZHAW researchers. As part of a DIZH Fellowship and a DFF project, she is investigating how to use machine translation for papers, abstracts or research proposals and what to consider.Read More »Better use of DeepL, Google Translate & Co.
DIZH Fellow Christiane Hohenstein of the ZHAW School of Applied Linguistics is conducting research to make it easier for people who communicate in sign language to study in the digital age. The aim is to develop an app that enables people who communicate in sign language to learn academic vocabulary and expand their academic language.Read More »Sign language interpretation
Artificial intelligence that takes care of programming and a book that explores the impact of digitalisation on academic writing. Thanks to the DIZH Fellowships, innovative projects emerge at the ZHAW.
Read here what Christian Rapp and Marcela Ruiz are researching and how the Fellowship is supporting them.Read More »When a discussion leads to developing a software. DIZH Fellowship at the ZHAW