Recommender Systems: Legal and Ethical Issues

Due to their global and fast spread in the last decade, both legal and philosophical research has yet to explore the implications that recommender systems have for our lives in a digitalized society. The ever-changing technological landscape requires a detailed philosophical and ethical analysis of Recommender Systems to both evaluate existing legislation and shape future regulatory measures. This conference will kick-start this important work bringing together scholars working on the philosophical, ethical, and legal aspects of recommender systems and their environments as well as from scholars working in neighboring, related fields.
Time
Thursday, 09.12.2021 13:30 - Friday, 10.12.2021 - 14:30
Topic
Digitalization/AI, Ethics
Target groups

Public

Students

Researchers

Languages
English
Location
Online on Zoom
Room
Registration for online or on-site participation: nussbauer@uni-bonn.de
Reservation
No
Organizer
TRA Individuals, Institutions and Societies; Center for Science and Thought
Contact

Dr. jur. Katharina Kaesling

kaesling@uni-bonn.de

+49 228 / 73 540 23

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