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Roundtable IV: AI and Women*

In the context of the implementation of the White Paper on Artificial Intelligence (AI), the Representation of the European Commission in Germany in cooperation with the AI & Society Lab at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG) is organizing four Roundtables on AI and various key topics with stakeholders from business, science, politics and civil society.
This event was held in German.


Roundtable IV: Künstliche Intelligenz und Frauen*

Dienstag, 13. Oktober 2020, 13.00 – 17.30 Uhr
Vertretung der Europäischen Kommission in Deutschland
Unter den Linden 78, 10117 Berlin

AI & Society Lab


The numerous ideas and demands for a more diverse AI and, above all, a higher participation of women* in the development were so valuable and innovative that we made them quotable through a white paper, compiled from transcripts of inputs and discussions:

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BegrüßungNikolaus von Peter, Vertretung der Europäischen Kommission in Deutschland
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schulz, Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft
Session 1KI-Entwicklerinnen: Status Quo, Chancen, Herausforderungen
EinführungNikolaus von Peter, Europäische Kommission
Kurzimpuls #1Dr. Anna Christmann, Bündnis ‘90 Die Grünen
Kurzimpuls #2Tina Nord, Ultimate AI / Women in AI
Kurzimpuls #3Julia Ebert, Vodafone Institut
Session 2KI-Anwendungen für Frauen*: Weitestgehend unausgeschöpftes Potenzial?
EinführungKatharina Mosene, Hans Bredow Institut
Kurzimpuls #1Marie Kochsiek, drip
Kurzimpuls #2Natalie Sontopski, Komplexlabor Digitale Kultur
Kurzimpuls #3Dr. Pat Treusch, Technische Universität Berlin
InterviewsJulia Kloiber und Dr. Laura Sophie Dornheim


Vanessa Cann KI-Bundesverband
Dr. Anna Christmann Bündnis ‘90/Die Grünen
Daniela Dicks Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft ​
Ulrike Dittrich
Wibke Dorfs BAMS Denkfabrik
Dr. Laura Dornheim Grüne Berlin
Julia Ebert V​odafone Institut
Lilian Emonds ​iRightsLab
Maren Heltsche ​Digital Media Women;
Viktoria Hennecke Persönliches Büro des Bundespräsidenten
Julia Kloiber ​Superrr Lab; Ashoka Deutschland
Marie Kochsiek ​drip; Heart of Code e.V.
Edna Kropp Gesellschaft für Informatik
Prof. Dr. Helena Mihaljević ​Einstein Center Digital Future
Katharina Mosene ​Hans Bredow Institut
Tina Nord ​
Francesca Schmidt ​Gunda Werner Institut
Dr. Naja von Schmude ​Peregrine Technologies
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schulz ​Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft
Natalie Sontopski ​Komplexlabor Digitale Kultur
Dr. Pat Treusch T​echnische Universität Berlin
Nikolaus von Peter ​Vertretung der Europäischen Kommission in Deutschland
Hanna Völkle ​EAF Berlin
Hanna Zinner Europäische Kommission
Dr. Theresa Züger Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft

The aim of the series of events was to:

  • to continue the exchange between different interest groups on the topic of AI on the basis of concrete practical examples;
  • to find out what makes Europe a valuable research location and what a European AI could look like in concrete terms;
  • to identify barriers, regulatory gaps and gaps in the funding landscape and to discuss what conditions a market for European AI needs;
  • to strengthen personal contacts between the participants in order to initiate joint initiatives.

Event date

13.10.2020 | 1.00 pm – 5.30 pm ical | gcal


Representation of the European Commission in Germany,  Unter den Linden 78,  10117 Berlin


Daniela Dicks

Fromer Co-Lead & spokesperson: AI & Society Lab


This high-profile lecture series thrives to develop a European perspective on the processes of transformation that our societies are currently undergoing.


Once a month we publicly discuss the impact of digitalisation on the society. Therefore we invite special guests and engage in a dialogue with the audience.


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