Research projects

Regulation of platforms

The aim of the research is to explore the social trends and risks related to Internet platforms, to identify the regulatory needs related to them, as well as to formulate regulatory proposals. The starting point of the research is that platforms have appeared in many different life situations and in many different forms, therefore their examination is only possible from a multi sided perspective, in a multidisciplinary way.

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Characteristics of the social impact of infocommunication services in Hungary / Central Europe - empirical research

Our research institute regularly conducts primary data surveys in order to gain a deeper understanding of the Hungarian information society. The results of these surveys will be disseminated to both professionals and the general public. The surveys are always representative in the given country by gender, age, education and type of settlement.

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E-health

E-health is perhaps that area of IT development that aims to meet the highest standards, while requiring maximum precision in terms of responsibility and efficiency, as it is critical for both competitiveness and quality of life. 

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The framework of the public discourse – the protection of reputation and honour in the case law of civil and criminal courts

The research, which is based on the collection and assessment of those court decisions that were made under the Civil Code of 2014 and the Criminal Code of 2013, aims to identify how the judicial practice interprets the boundaries of the public debates and discourse taking place in front of the general public.

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IT strategy of small law firms in the EU in the view of evolving AI and NLP technologies

Phase 2 of the AI4Lawyers project sponsored by the EU and managed by CCBE and ELF. The aim of the whole project is to establish an IT strategy for small legal firms (less than 10 employees) in the EU countries in view of the emerging AI and NLP technologies. My field is the technical and economic analysis of the disruptive options.

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Digital justice 

The aim of the research and the working group is to map and analyze advanced technological solutions, that are considered best practices in the world, that improve the access to justice.  These solutions include online and artificial intelligence solutions, and the related organizational and legal methods. 

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The future of technological monopolies in the 21st century – stocktaking from a competition law perspective 

Technology-driven business models have challenged traditional competition law (antitrust law) enforcement in recent decades. Online platforms have an inevitable impact on our living conditions. The appreciation of the importance of (personal) data, the big data solutions and algorithmic decision-making became part of everyday life; it shapes the course of business, the way of keeping personal and maintaining social relations.

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Social issues in the application of artificial intelligence

The development of artificial intelligence, the increasingly intelligent algorithms are reshaping our society and economy more deeply day by day. In our research, we research and analyze the effects of artificial intelligence on the labor market, education, health care, information acquisition, and urban life. 

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The role of platforms in the world of video games

The video game industry is one of the leading economic sectors of the entertainment industry in our present days. The revenues of video game sales are significant in the European Union, Germany realized 5,97 billion, the UK realized 5,51 billion and France realized 3,99 billion dollars of revenues from the video game industry in 2020.

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The points of conflict between freedom of speech and copyright on the World Wide Web

The aim of the research is to evaluate the relationship between online opinions expressed on the platforms and the copyrighted uses within them.