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DILS - "Algorithmic Opacity and Fundamental Rights" with Francesca Palmiotto and Eliška Pírková

  • Wann 26.05.2021 von 12:00 bis 13:00
  • Wo Zoom
  • Teilnehmer Francesca Palmiotto Eliška Pírková
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Law in the Algorithmic Society:


Algorithmic Opacity and Fundamental Rights



In  this  Digital  Ideas  Lunch  Series,  we  invite  young  scholars  from  around  the world  to share  what  they  believe  the  most  pressing  issues  are,  how  they  identify  problems,  and what  solutions  they  suggest  as  we  move  into  the  new  era.  We  invite  master  and  PhD students  to  get  to  know  emerging  research  fields,  to  comment  and  to  connect  with world-leading  institutions.  In  three  of  the  sessions,  more  senior  researchers  provide context and share recent research on the impact of algorithms.

Each  session  begins  with  a  presentation  by  the  speakers,  is  followed  by  a  comment  of one  of  the  students  and  a  discussion.  After  the  session,  there  is  opportunity  for networking.


TBA - Algorithmic Evidence and Fundamental Rights

A presentation by Francesca Palmiotto, PhD Candidate at the European University Institute.


TBA - Amplification of potentially harmful content, recommender systems and algorithmic transparency

A presentation by Eliška Pírková, Policy Analyst at Access Now.



This event will take place online on Zoom.


Join us at: - Zoom Meeting-ID: 991 622 1271  Please use your real and full name when joining us on Zoom.


You will find more informations on and the full program of the Digital Ideas Lunch Series here:


The Digital Ideas Lunch Series is hosted by the European Law School at Humboldt University, Prof. Dr. Dr. Stefan Grundmann, in cooperation with King's College London’s Centre for Technology, Ethics, Law and Society and digital partner Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society for the Global Network of Internet and Society Research Centers.