„Border protection must not take precedence over human rights“

Ethical thoughts on the use of AI in migration

Professor Dr. Regina Ammicht Quinn is Professor of Ethics at the International Center for Ethics in Science at the University of Tübingen, and spokesperson for the Center. She is also chair of the independent Cyber Valley Public Advisory Board. Public Engagement Manager Rebecca Beiter spoke with Ammicht Quinn about her views on the use of AI in migration and asked what solutions AI can offer in this area.

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Director Communications & Society (CCO)
Cyber Valley GmbH
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PAB Spokesperson
University of Tübingen

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