Jannik Zeiser, M.Sc.
Jannik Zeiser studied philosophy and biology at the University Osnabrück. He completed his dual bachelor's degree with a thesis about responsibility in crash scenarios with autonomous vehicles. Thereafter, he studied Cognitive Science with a focus on philosophy and artificial intelligence. He joined an experimental study project about the acceptance of self-driving cars and wrote his master thesis about the question in which sense robot systems can be said to have agency.
Currently, Zeiser is a research assistant at the Leibniz University Hannover. He works in the interdisciplinary project "Bias and Discrimination in Big Data and Algorithmic Processing - BIAS" and is focussing his research on challenges posed by algorithmic decision making and data processing.
Philosophy and ethics of artificial intelligence
Algorithmic bias and its moral and epistemic implications
The concept of discrimination
Institut für Philosophie
Leibniz Universität Hannover
Im Moore 21 (Hinterhaus)
Room B 323
Tel.: +49 (0) 511 762 – 3303