How does our digital age shape the memory of the Holocaust? Survivor Abba Naor, German scholar Ernst Hüttl, press officer of the Auschwitz Memorial Pawel Sawicki and student Emely Fuchs talk about experiences, opportunities and risks.

The largest artificial neuronal networks operating in computers today have around one billion cross-indexations. But this is practically insignificant compared to the human brain. It is roughly equivalent to just one cubic millimetre of brain tissue.

Peter Glaser in his Essay “Mater or Minion?”