Every four months, we send out our newsletter “HIIG Quarterly”.
The General Data Protection Regulation is an important, but not sufficient step towards regulation of automated decision making. This is the result of a study published by HIIG-director Wolfgang Schulz and Stephan Dreyer (HBI) commissioned by Bertelsmann Stiftung.
How is social order constituted and legitimated in a society ruled by digital classifiers? Marion Fourcade, writer of the book “Ordinal Society” takes a look at social stratification and morality in the digital economy. On 7 May, she continues our lecture series “Making sense of the digital society”.