Algorithmic Disclosure Rules_House of Ethics YT TALK Fabiana DI PORTO5658 months agoAlgorithmic lawmaking applied to Disclosure Rules on the Internet. A paper published in the journal "Artificial Intelligence and Law", issue 4.
Algorithms correcting linguistic and behavioral failures_House of Ethics YT TALKS#6 Fabiana DI PORTO1658 months agoThe computational approach addressing failures with different sets of algorithms (ML/NLP) in Disclosure Rules is a Novel Approach.
New Comprehensive Approach : Linguistics and behavior_House of Ethics YT TALK#6 Fabiana DI PORTO1058 months agoThe two-step approach including linguistics AND behavior is ground-breaking in algorithmic lawmaking.
Responsible Tech : Ethical algorithms and biases_House of Ethics YT TALK#6 Fabiana DI PORTO1558 months agoParticipative process with all stakeholders and human-in-the-loop approach
Fair Competition Regulating Big Tech_House of Ethics YT TALK#6 Fabiana DI PORTO1768 months ago"Regulatory Dialogue" and the DMA : a revolutionary proposal by the EU Council to regulate Big Tech for Fair Competition.
Black Box vs Sandbox_House of Ethics YT TALK#6 FABIANA DI PORTO2058 months agoPre-testing through sandboxes before implementation used to reduce Black Box effect.
Katja Rausch is specialized in the ethics of new technologies, and is working on ethical decisions applied to artificial intelligence, data ethics, machine-human interfaces and Business ethics.
For over 12 years, Katja Rausch has been teaching Information Systems at the Master 2 in Logistics, Marketing & Distribution at the Sorbonne and for 4 years Data Ethics at the Master of Data Analytics at the Paris School of Business.
Katja is a linguist and specialist of 19th century literature (Sorbonne University). She also holds a diploma in marketing, audio-visual and publishing from the Sorbonne and a MBA in leadership from the A.B. Freeman School of Business in New Orleans. In New York, she had been working for 4 years with Booz Allen & Hamilton, management consulting. Back in Europe, she became strategic director for an IT company in Paris where she advised, among others, Cartier, Nestlé France, Lafuma and Intermarché.
Author of 6 books, with the latest being “Serendipity or Algorithm” (2019, Karà éditions). Above all, she appreciates polite, intelligent and fun people.