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Taís Fernanda Blauth

Taís Fernanda Blauth is a Fellow in the Evolving Digital Society research group at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society.

She is a PhD Researcher in the Department of Governance and Innovation at the University of Groningen/Campus Fryslân, where she is also part of the Data Research Centre. Her research in the programme “Artificial Intelligence & International Relations” evaluates the development of AI policies at different levels. She is particularly interested in the creation of regulations on the development and use of emerging technologies in military applications.

She holds a MA in Politics and International Relations – Political Theory from the University of Durham, United Kingdom, and an LL.B. degree from Universidade Feevale, Brazil. She has continuously worked on the intersection between technology and society throughout the past years. Her research interests include governance and regulation of digital technologies and ethical issues of digital technologies.

Journal articles and conference proceedings

Blauth, T. F., & Gstrein, O. J. (2021). Data-driven measures to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 in South America: how do regional programmes compare to best practice? International Data Privacy Law, 11(1), 18-31. DOI: 10.1093/idpl/ipab002 Publication details

Organisation of events

Malicious (ab)use of Artificial Intelligence
with attending Vip: Oskar Josef Gstrein, Andrej Zwitter, Daria Dergacheva. 29.08.2022. Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany. Co-Organised by: Data Research Center (International) Further information

Sarah Spitz, Taís Fernanda Blauth, Thomas Christian Bächle, Clara Iglesias Keller

Media appearances

Using data-driven measures to manage COVID-19 (28.05.2021). GlobalCast
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Portrait von Blauth, Taís Fernanda


Former Fellow: The Evolving Digital Society

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