Being Human with Algorithms: ChristianThiel and DominikGolle (zd.b) (EN, 2019-11-19)

In this episode we discuss about privacy, responsibility, law enforcement, and many more highly interesting aspects of the digital transformation. Enjoy!

Christian Thiel (https://www.christianthiel.com) and Dominik Golle are responsible fot the topic platform “Verbraucherbelange in der Digitalisierung” (https://zentrum-digitalisierung.bayern/verbraucherbelange ) at the zd.b (center for digitization Bavaria https://zentrum-digitalisierung.bayern/).

In his PhD, Christian Thiel taught machine learning algorithms to deal with uncertain data and teacher signals. Having experienced the pitfalls of algorithms, today he is thinking about the consequences that a digitisation of all aspects of daily life will have on consumers – and what needs to be done to make digitisation good for humans.

Dominik Golle holds a Master of Public Policy degree from Hertie School of Governance. His deep interest in digital transformation got a boost when working in Nigeria – so one of the thing he is thinking about today is how to improve public policy and company responsibility mechanisms to make the digital life of consumers more agreeable.

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Marc-Oliver Pahl

Marc-Oliver Pahl founded "Being Human with Algorithms / Mensch Sein mit Algorithmen" in 2018 within the German Chapter of the ACM together with Gerhard Schimpf, Ruth Stubenvoll, Ernst-Oliver Wilhelm, and Eberhard Schmolz. He is also the originator of the motto and the logo. Marc-Oliver is Research Director at the Institut Mines Telecom (IMT) Atlantique in Rennes, France. He also heads the IoT Smart Space Orchestration team at Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany. His research is on enabling an open, secure, and fully connected Internet of Things, where everybody can contribute software programs that literally change the world. Fostering a dialog between technology leaders and the rest of the society is a central goal of Marc-Oliver. Besides this website, a major contribution in this direction is his interview series with relevant people about aspects of the Digital Transformation. Marc-Oliver holds several teaching prices including the Ernst Otto Fischer prize for excellence in teaching. He is responsible for the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) "iLabX - The Internet Masterclass" (https://www.edx.org/course/ilabx-the-internet-masterclass) on edX. It teaches the technical aspects of the backbone of the Digital Transformation: the Internet. Marc-Oliver is a long time member of is a professional member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the German Society for Informatics (GI), the Deutscher Hochschullehrerverband (DHV), the German Chapter of the ACM, and Faculty Sponsor of the ACM Student Chapter in Munich. He is vice president of the German Chapter of the ACM (2020-2023). In his spare time he is also a photographer, designer, musician, and enthusiastic sportsman.


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