My projects, thoughts and other antics have been featured in CNN, Forbes, New York Times, SPIEGEL, The Guardian, WIRED, ZDF, ZEIT and many others as listed below.

media coverage

If you’re a journalist looking for input, a quote, or an interview, please get in touch. Twitter and email are fastest.

I’m available for interviews or quotes in English or German. My areas of expertise include:

  • Emerging technologies like Internet of Things (IoT), smart cities, artificial intelligence (AI), and data-driven/algorithmic decision-making and their impact on society
  • Responsible and trustworthy technology: How can we design and deploy emerging technologies responsibly and with public interest in mind
  • Smart cities, smart homes, IoT
  • Governance, policy, trust

You can find my contact details here.

Media mentions & contributions















2009 and before

Books / ebooks / other long-form

Sometimes I write something longer (articles are listed above among the other media contributions):

[en][co-author] Understanding the Connected Home: Thoughts on living in tomorrow’s connected home. Second edition. Available at and on the Kindle Store. Co-authored with Michelle Thorne. (Fully revised second edition, June 2016)

[de/en][co-publisher] Dearsouvenir Magazine . Exploring travel through the stories behind souvenirs. Co-publisher. (May 2016)

[de/en][co-publisher] Dearsouvenir Magazine . Exploring travel through the stories behind souvenirs. Co-publisher. (Nov 2015)

[en][co-author] The Indie Conference Organizer Handbook (TICOH). A practical guide to running your very own indie conference, written with Max Krüger. (Published July 2014)

[de] Bihr, Peter (2008): Weblogs und Politikjournalisten – Die Bedeutung von Weblogs für die Arbeit von Politikjournalisten. VDM Verlag Dr. Müller. Magisterarbeit, 228 Seiten. ISBN-10: 3836464292, ISBN-13: 978-3836464291. Available on or as a free PDF download.

[en] Bihr, Peter / Praus, Thomas / Senges, Max (2007): Second Life (ISBN: 978-84-9788-609-3). Textbook for UOC Summer University course. Editorial UOC, Barcelona. English version (“Virtual Worlds – A Second Life Beginner’s Guide”) released under Creative Commons (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike). (Downloads and more info here.)

Questions? Feel free to get in touch.