The DAT-ACT lab partakes in various funded projects, in collaboration with various partners across Europe and beyond

“We, the Internet”

More and more of our life is taking place online. The COVID outbreak has drastically accelerated this movement; How should we handle our data? Who should own them? What about the balance between individual privacy and collective security? Read more…


The aim of BUFSIE is to increase the new educational pedagogy of socially innovative education by moving to higher education and helping European higher education institutions to increase entrepreneurial and civic competencies of their students. Read more…

Data and Algorithms

University of Cyprus – internal funding

Participation of DATACT lab in project on femicide

Forgiveness is a crucial moral philosophical topic. The project investigates its significance especially in late modern moral philosophy, as long as it is formed through the experience of crimes against humanity (e.g.: Vl. Jankélévitch, Forgiveness, Chicago UP 2005; J. Derrida, Pardonner l’impardonnable et l’imprescriptible, Galilée, 2012) Read more…