Was kommt nach der Digitalisierung?

Translated title of the contribution: Digitalisation: What comes next?

Katrin Bohn

Research output: Non-textual outputDigital or Visual Products


Katrin Bohn was interviewed as part of the ongoing project Was kommt nach der Digitalisierung? [Digitalisation: What comes next?] which was set up by German philosopher and digital media expert Dr. Wolf Siegert who is still coordinating it. The results of Siegert’s 2019 Berlin interviews have now been made available on his blog DaybyDay.

Since more than 10 years, Siegert has been asking more than 100 people and presented the totality of all answers on a timeline as a collection of audio and video documents. A further book publication is in preparation as part of the overall project What comes next? which will discuss three topics: Globalisation. Democracy. Digitisation. The blog Daybyday runs since 2002 and is ‘a document of contemporary history, recognised, maintained and made available by the Deutsche Nationalbiblothek in the form of a blog/journal, beyond the day for consultation in its rooms in Frankfurt am Main and Leipzig’.

Katrin made this point: ‘What comes after the digitalisation?… Climate change is intersecting this question… If it were up to me, digitalisation would now pause for the next 20 or 50 years, and we would look after the climate, after social equity, rather balancing out levels of digitalisation than moving it on in one place’.
Translated title of the contributionDigitalisation: What comes next?
Original languageGerman
PublisherWolf Siegert
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 6 Aug 2020

Bibliographical note

DaybyDay ISSN 1860-2967


  • digitalisation
  • climate change
  • social equity


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