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Biography of Speaker

Dr. Ilya Levin – Tel Aviv University, School of Education received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering in 1987 from the Institute of Computer Technologies, Latvian Academy of Science. From 1987 he was the Head of the Computer Science Department in the Leningrad Institute of New Technologies (in the former USSR). Between 1993 and 1997, Ilya Levin was the Head of the Computer Systems Department in Holon Institute of Technology, Israel. In 1997, he was a Research Fellow in the Computer Science Department of the University of Massachusetts. For four years between 2003-2006, Ilya Levin was an Associate Professor of the School of Engineering at the Bar Ilan University. In 2014 and 2018, he was a visiting professor at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy, and Aix-Marseille Université, France. Presently, Prof. Ilya Levin is a Full Professor in the School of Education of Tel Aviv University. His recent research interests include Computer Design, Cultural Studies of Information Society, Science, and Technology Education. Prof. Levin is the author of around 200 research papers, both in Computer Engineering and in Humanities

About the Talk

Dr. Ilya Levin’s session covered History in Digital Perspective-the three main questions to discuss is the digitalization of society, about the digital Revolution, the online manifesto: being human in a hyper connected era, six parts of online manifesto, digital transformations, duality, 50 years of AI, phenomena of the data abundant, roots of rejection of the digital revolution, contradictions of analogue and digital princple.
In detail can be found in the recorded session here


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