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Vincent Hofmann

Vincent Hofmann has been working as a junior researcher at the HIIG since June 2021. He is working on the project “The Ethics of Digitalisation“.

He studied law at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main (on a scholarship from the Deutschlandstipendium) with a focus on the Internationalisation and Europeanisation of law. His research is focused on Platform Governance.

In addition to his studies, he produced the weekly podcast “Wer will was von wem woraus [Who wants what from whom]”, in which he discussed the content and problems of law studies for students.

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Position

Researcher: AI & Society Lab

Other publications

Hofmann, V., Kettemann, M. C., Böke, J., & Mosene, K. (2021). Wahl-Watching – Was du machen kannst, um den Online-Wahlkampf fairer zu machen. Media Research Blog. Publication details

Hofmann, V., Dinar, C., Kettemann, M.C., Hinrichs, L., Böke, J. & Gradulewski, M. (2021). Governance by Geschäft: Recht und Macht der App Stores. Vincent Hofmann, Christina Dinar, Matthias C. Kettemann, Lena Hinrichs, Julius Böke und Max Gradulewski. Publication details

Butters, N., Bollmann, H., Hofmann, V., & Kettemann, M. (2021). Digitalisierung definieren: Eine Verteidigung ethischer Prinzipien im digitalen Zeitalter. Digital Society Blog. Publication details

Participation as expert

Stakeholder-Dialog: Ethik der Digitalisierung
Stakeholder-Dialog: Ethik der Digitalisierung Stakeholder-Dialog: Ethik der Digitalisierung Berkman Klein Center, Digital Asia Hub. Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, Berlin, Germany: 06.10.2021 Further information

Vincent Hofmann, Freya Hewett, Georg von Richthofen, Adrian Kopps, Bronwen Deacon, Matthias C. Kettemann, Wolfgang Schulz

Explainable AI
Explainable AI Research Clinic: Explainable AI Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society. Coconat Gutshof, Bad Belzig, Germany: 08.09.2021 Further information

Vincent Hofmann, Jakob Stolberg-Larsen, Freya Hewett, Matthias C. Kettemann, Wolfgang Schulz, Theresa Züger