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März 2023

Kann KI Gerechtigkeit?

It is the final event of the interdisciplinary basic research project Deciding About, By and Together with Algorithmic Decision Making Systems, which investigated the possibilities and limits of the use of algorithmic decision-making systems using the example of their use in legal systems, funded by the Volkswagen Foundation. Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schulz will present, among other things, the "decision-architectural approach" as one result of the project work, which allows a new perspective on decisions, makes the structural changes visible when algorithmic systems are included and offers itself as a framework for interdisciplinary research approaches in technical-legal contexts.

About the Event
Later this year, we expect the AI Act to be passed. Over the next two years, national implementation will need to be designed with great care to balance innovation on the one hand and the need to regulate potentially harmful AI systems or harmful use of an AI system on the other. Our research has highlighted some aspects that need to be considered in the judicial regulation of ADM systems - some of our findings can be generalised to the necessary regulation of ADM systems as a whole. In this event, we would like to share our findings with policy makers, ministry staff, NGOs, foundations, journalists and interested parties. Based on our research, the aim is to give a sense of what needs to be considered when regulating and deploying ADM systems in sovereign use.

You can reach the organising team by email at this address.
Twitter hashtag: #KannKiGerechtigkeit2023
Programme: 9 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.
Welcome Address
Prof. Dr. Katharina A. Zweig, TU Kaiserslautern
Welcome Address
Landesvertretung Rheinland-Pfalz

Wann KI keinen Platz vor Gericht hat [When AI Has No Place in Court]
Prof. Dr. Katharina A. Zweig, TU Kaiserslautern
Saskia Esken

Learning from Uncle Sam? Was uns die Einführung von ADM-Systemen in den US-Staaten lehrt [What the Implementation of ADM Systems in the US States Teaches Us]
Prof. Dr. Georg Wenzelburger, Universität des Saarlandes
Constitutional Principles as Safeguards against the Algorithmic Injustice and the Abuse of Decision-Making Power by Public Authorities
Prof. Dr. Karen Yeung, University of Birmingham

Architektonische Perspektiven auf algorithmisches Entscheiden im Recht [Architectural Perspectives on Algorithmic Decision-Making in Law]
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schulz, Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI) 
Wie reagieren Richter*innen auf KI [How Do Judges React to AI]
Prof. Dr. Anja Achtziger, Zeppelin Universität Friedrichshafen
Keynote: Rebooting AI - Building Artificial Intelligence We Can Trust
Gary Marcus


Infos zur Veranstaltung


Vertretung des Landes Rheinland-Pfalz beim Bund und bei der Europäischen Union
In den Ministergärten 6
10117 Berlin

Contact person

Dr. Johannes Schmees
Junior Researcher Media Law & Algorithms

Dr. Johannes Schmees

Leibniz-Institut für Medienforschung | Hans-Bredow-Institut
Rothenbaumchaussee 36
20148 Hamburg

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