Ethics in Information Technology, Department of Informatics & Department of Philosophy, University of Hamburg
Judith is currently a Professor for Ethics in Information Technology at the University of Hamburg. Her research focus is oriented towards ethical, epistemological, and political questions addressing digital technology, specifically big data, and artificial intelligence. She is also a member of the German Ethics Council and has been a member of the Data Ethics Commission of the German Federal Government.
At THE NEW INSTITUTE Judith is involved in the program The Future of Democracy.
Trusting the Corona-Warn-App?
Contemplations on trust and trustworthiness at the intersection of technology, politics, and public. European Journal of Communication
Mapping the Stony Road toward Trustworthy AI: Expectations, Problems, Conundrums
in: Marcello Pelillo and Teresa Scantamburlo, Machines We Trust: Perspectives on Dependable AI