I am researching how humans react to AI & automated decision-making systems.
My current research is about how to build a holistic AI explainability framework that allows to generate AI literacy at scale.
I have had the great honour of speaking at events and conferences around the world where I like to start conversations and provoke debate particularly on how human behavior is influenced by AI and how to use AI responsibly. See my speaker profil here (in German).
I am holding a PostDoc position at the Institute for Digital Economics where I conduct online experiments, laboratory studies and surveys and run data analysis by using R and STATA.
I help clients to see AI not only as a technology but what it is: a socio-technical systems that spans hardware, software, data, personal, and community aspects. I support companies in establishing processes that ensure an ethical, sustainable & innovative development & use of AI.
Podcast, 17 February 2021
In Fuzzy Quality, a podcast exploring the complex and emerging world of verification and validation of AI-based systems hosted by Adam Smith, I talk about the complex relationship between human behaviour and new technologies, causation versus correlation, and grounding theory.Readmore
Keynote, 10 February 2020
In the Keynote Lecture at the Women of TUM network event I outline how computers and machines shape our lives and the challenges we face in human-machine interactions.
Interview, 11 August 2020
In an interview with the TU Munich I describe how my curiosity about different perspectives and joy in getting to know other thought processes has driven my career.
Video, 26 May 2020
In the Google Academy on Air Ads Expert masterclass I explain how to use experiments to measure the effect of YouTube, Display, and App advertisement.