The IEAI has awarded over €1.3 Million over the next three years to fund seven new projects on AI Ethics. All of these projects combined academic expertise from multiple fields to approach challenges related to implementing AI in a responsible and effective way. The topics include examining the use AI in education, the legal sector and mineral mining sector, the effect of AI on behavior, and AI as it relates to mobility and urban infrastructure.
With these new projects, we welcome 15 new principal investigators from TUM to the IEAI, as well as external partners from University of Ulm, Prairie – PaRis Artificial Intelligence Research InstitutE, and Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University, among others.
We are exited to get to work on these timely and innovative new projects and look forward to sharing the results in the coming years. Please check out more about them below
- Co-designing a Risk-Assessment Dashboard for AI Ethics Literacy in EdTech
- Ethics for the Smart City: Applied socio-technical frameworks to assess the implementation of AI-related solutions
- Idiomorphic AI: Emergent, Tailored, and Normative Behavior in Large Language Models
- NLawP: Natural Language Processing and Legal Tech
- The Potential for AI in the Extractive Industries to Promote Multi-objective Optimization
- Tradeable Mobility Credits: Addressing Ethical Concerns with Algorithm Transparency
- UTEM – Undistorted Technological Mediation