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Prof. Florian Keusch
Prof. Frauke Kreuter
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School of Social Sciences
DataFest at the LMU München 14–16 April 2023
The LMU München will host the 2023 DataFest from April 14 to 16. Applications are open until 27 March 2023.
Photo credit: Johanna Mehltretter
Johanna Mehltretter receives price for the best Master Thesis in 2022
Congratulations to Johanna for receiving the prize for the best Master Thesis in Sociology and Survey Statistics at the Otto-Friedrich-University of Bamberg in 2022.
Photo credit: Katrin Glückler
Maria Schlüter receives the Hans-Albert-Preis 2021
Maria Schlüter, whose bachelor thesis was supervised by Alexander Wenz, was awarded the Hans-Albert-Preis for the best bachelor thesis in sociology in 2021.
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Algorithms Are Accepted – But Only If Humans Have the Last Say
When it comes to AI based decision-making, it is not the use of algorithms as such that is controversial, but the lack of human control. This is the finding of a new study by the data scientists Florian Keusch and Frauke Kreuter.
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iFARM Workshop, October 2022 in Maryland
Florian Keusch and Alexander Wenz are co-organizers of the iFARM Workshop that will take place at the University of Maryland , October 20–21, 2022 (new date, postponed from April 2022).
Federal and state governments are investing millions of euros in the establishment of a national platform for the analysis of Big Data in the economic and social sciences.
Project CAIUS: new grant by VW foundation
„CAIUS: Consequences of AI for Urban Societies“ is funded by the VW Stiftung with 1.5 Mio Euro over the next 4 years.
Photo credit: Farina Stock
Postdoctoral Fellowship for Ruben Bach
Ruben Bach was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship by the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung
Photo credit: Markus Spiske
The AI Lab Rhein-Neckar was launched with a virtual kick-off on 16.06.2020.
Projekt FairADM is funded by BW-Stiftung
Research on the social effects of artificial intelligence funded with 850,000 euros
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