Julia Gundlach

Julia Gundlach is co-lead of the project “Ethics of Algorithms” in the program “Digitalization and the Common Good” at the Bertelsmann Stiftung and mainly works on potentials of algorithmic systems for the common good. She deals intensively with use cases in which algorithms are used to address social problems, e.g. the allocation of daycare slots.

She previously worked at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) for the project Forum Digital Technologies. During her Master of Public Policy at the Hertie School in Berlin, she completed a Professional Year in the economic policy division of the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy.

Photocredit: Ansichtssache_Britta Schröder


Latest posts

More knowledge, but still no clear standpoint – Germany’s evolving relationship with algorithms and AI

Algorithms and artificial intelligence (AI) are increasingly shaping our everyday lives. A new survey shows what the German public knows about these technologies, and what it thinks of them. A comparison of the recent results with those of 2018 and 2020 shows that while the awareness and acceptance of automated decision-making has grown in recent […]

Automating Society Report: Increased deployment of automated decision-making: Transparency, oversight and competence are still lacking

Over 100 use cases of automated decision-making systems in 16 European countries have been compiled by a research network for the 2020 edition of the Automating Society report by Bertelsmann Stiftung and AlgorithmWatch. The report shows: Even though algorithmic systems are increasingly being used by public administration and private companies, there is still a lack […]