Adrian Kopps is a student assistant in the research project “Platform Governance and Copyright (H2020)“, which investigates the role of Internet platforms in the application of copyright law and its impact on cultural diversity in Europe.
He studied Political Science at Freie Universität Berlin and International Business Administration at the University of Maastricht. Previous employments and internships have allowed him to gain insights into the music streaming industry, public-service television and cultural management at the Goethe-Institut in Mexico. In Mexico City, he also worked for the think tank “C-Minds” which focuses on applications of artificial intelligence for the common good.
In addition to his position at HIIG, he also works for the Berlin-based opinion tech startup “Civey“. He is particularly interested in Social Sciences reflections on algorithmic decision-making and the digital transformation of the media sector.
Student Assistant: The evolving digital society
Katzenbach, C., Magalhães, J. C., Kopps, A., Sühr, T. & Wunderlich, L. (2021). The Platform Governance Archive. Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society. Publication details