Predictive Policing: Andreas Sesing at the Filmhaus Saarbrücken

Software predicting when and where a crime is about to be committed: What may sound like a scenario from science fiction in the style of ”Minority Report” has in the meantime become reality in cities such as Chicago, London or Munich. And whether we are dangerous subjects is already being decided by computers these days. […]

EIS at the 20th Fall Academy of the German Foundation for Law and Computer Science

Kevin Baum and Andreas Sesing will partake in the 20th Fall Academy of the German Foundation for Law and Computer Science (DSRI). Their paper on ”Requirements for the Explainability of Machine-aided Decisions” (”Anforderungen an die Erklärbarkeit maschinengestützter Entscheidungen”) was accepted. The Fall Academy is taking place in Bremen between September 11 and September 14, 2019. […]

EIS goes Rome

Last week, Timo Speith, Felix Bräuer, and Markus Langer from the EIS team presented the Panel “Explainable Intelligent Systems and the Trustworthiness of Artificial Experts” at the 9th International Conference on Information Law and Ethics in Rome. In the course of the project, we are going to present this panel a total of three times, […]

A retreat in the woods

EIS is a highly interdisciplinary research project. For this reason, we have been working hard on bridging the gap between different faculties. Until now, we have been doing this on a mainly theoretical level, including (but not limited to) attending weekly meetings, explaining our domain-specific jargons to each other and attending talks together. This time, […]

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