I am the project manager of the philosophical subproject of the AI NRW flagship project “Certified AI” at the Center for Science and Thought, University of Bonn. Before, I worked as a research assistant at the Institute for Digital Ethics (IDE) at Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart where I have been working on a project on the ethics of autonomus cars and at the European Network of Research Ethics Committees – EUREC Office, working on the projects PANELFIT and ETHNA System .
I am also a voluntary scientific collaborator at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). I teach ethics for computer scientists at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute and at DHBW Karlsruhe.
Out now: interdisciplinary article in AI and Ethics Standardizing fairness-evaluation procedures: interdisciplinary insights on machine learning algorithms in creditworthiness assessments for small personal loans
On September 15 and 16 2022 I am organizing the Symposium “Rethinking Privacy after this Pandemic” at the University of Bonn (you are welcome to join online)
Out now: peer-reviewed article by Sergio Genovesi and me, in the special issue of Sustainability Towards the Sustainability of AI; Multi-Disciplinary Approaches to Investigate the Hidden Costs of AI edited by Aimee van Wynsberghe, Tijs Vandemeulebroucke and Marc A. Rosen
27/10/21: Talk at the Online-Tagung “Zertifizierung und der KI-Verordnungsentwurf der Europäischen Kommission Chancen, Herausforderungen, Perspektiven” with Sergio Genovesi
Out Now: ETHNA System guide . Mapping stakeholders and scoping involvement – a guide for HEFRCs. Deliverable 3.1 of the Horizon2020-Project ETHNA System (with Lisa Häberlein and Philipp Hövel).
Talk at the Sustainable AI conference by Sergio Genovesi and me on Thursday, 17th June: “Certifying Sustainable AI in the framework of the AI.NRW flagship project”
I’ve been quoted on behavioral advertising by EDJNet: Google and Facebook dominate behavioural advertising, even with the cookie crumbling
Expert-Interview with me by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (in German) : „Es gibt kein: einmal ethisch, immer ethisch“