György Csepeli, Professor Emeritus of ELTE and Miskolc University. Born in 1946, graduated from ELTE in 1970. He is teaching social psychology at Miskolc University and ELTE, where he is the Chair of the Interdisciplinary Social Science Research Doctoral Program. He has PhD from ELTE and DSc from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He has been teaching at various American Universities including UCLA, University of Michigan, New School of Social Research in New York and in 2012 at Montclair State University. His research interests cover areas of social psychology of intergroup relations such as national identity, anti-Semitism, anti-Gypsy sentiments and conflict resolution. He is involved in a Horizon2020 project on arrival infrastructure of migrants arriving to Europe (ReRoot). Most recently his interests turned toward the use of Big Data and the social-economic impact of the use artificial intelligence.