New Project of the AIT AI Ethics Lab on "Digital Administration and Ethics" Digitalisation is both an opportunity and a challenge for the civil service. Digital solutions for administrative routines - for example in the area of personnel and knowledge management – promise to make work easier. However, these may be offset by the risk of restricting the personal rights of employees and citizens when using AI applications. To support the Austrian Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, the Civil Service and Sport, the AIT AI Ethics Lab runs a workshop series on digitalisation and ethics with civil servants, NGOs and scientists.
2022. 01. 19. A Brief Talk with Peter Biegelbauer on the AIT AI Ethics Lab Peter Biegelbauer, the consortium leader of the Co-Change Project, together with his colleagues launched the AIT AI Ethics Lab, a Co-Change Lab, which provides an institutionalised space to reflect on the ethics of artificial intelligence and machine learning. In this way, an interdisciplinary channel of communication and exchange has been established between technological experts and social scientists. He talks in this interview about the challenges they work on in the AI Ethics Lab.
2021. 02. 20. Is Artificial Intelligence Undermining the Basis of Democracy? Our project leader, Peter Biegelbauer is talking in a presentation about the impacts of artificial intelligence on democracy, the welfare state, liberty and equality. And also about the solutions for the negative side effects of artificial intelligence.