iconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsiconsicons

Autonomie und Determinismus. Was sagt das Grundgesetz zu Alltagsentscheidungen durch Software?

Autonomie und Determinismus. Was sagt das Grundgesetz zu Alltagsentscheidungen durch Software?

Publisher information (in German) 

The contribution analyses software-based decisions from a legal perspective. It focusses on the question how free users in the face of automated decisions still are, and what consequences for regulation and media pedagogy can be derived in view of the guarantee of autonomy, which is deeply nested in human rights.

Dankert, K.; Dreyer, S. (2017): Autonomie und Determinismus. Was sagt das Grundgesetz zu Alltagsentscheidungen durch Software? [Autonomy and Determinism. What Does the Basic Law Think about Day-to-Day-Decisions by Software?] In: S. Eder, C. Mikat, A. Tillmann (eds.), Software Takes Command. Herausforderungen der "Datafizierung" für die Medienpädagogik in Theorie und Praxis. [Challenges of "Datafication" for Media Pedagogy in Theory and Practice.] Munich: kopaed, pp. 85-96.

About this publication

Year of publication

2017

RELATED KEYWORDS

Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter and receive the Institute's latest news via email.

SUBSCRIBE!