Now finally published – the new study by TA-Swiss " When algorithms decide for us: Opportunities and risks of artificial intelligence" deals with the opportunities and risks of AI in the application areas of work, education and research, consumption, media and administration.
In particular, general ethical and legal aspects are also discussed. The main focus is on applications in which AI supports decision-making processes - processes that lead to decisions with direct effects on citizens and our society as a whole.
We are proud that so many active members of the Digital Society Initiative have contributed to the study.
Information about the study "When algorithms decide for us: Opportunities and Risks of Artificial Intelligence"
Short version of the study ""When algorithms decide for us: Opportunities and Risks of Artificial Intelligence"
TA-SWISS-Band (available only in German)
Written by: Markus Christen, Clemens Mader, Johann Čas, Tarik Abou-Chadi, Abraham Bernstein, Nadja Braun Binder, Daniele Dell'Aglio, Luca Fábián, Damian George, Anita Gohdes, Lorenz Hilty, Markus Kneer, Jaro Krieger-Lamina, Hauke Licht, Anne Scherer, Claudia Som, Pascal Sutter, Flaurent Thouvenin
Published by: TA-SWISS