Claudia Müller-Birn
Professor, Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Informatik, Human-Centered Computing
Computer science researchers are increasingly challenged by requests to integrate societal, management and policy dimensions into technologies they develop. In computer science, it is no longer just a matter of realizing what is technically possible - the societal desired matters as well. By understanding algorithmic systems as socio-technical systems rather than as a purely technical “thing” that can exist independently of its context, I educate students to understand the bigger picture in which technologies operate.

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Related School Subjects
Computer Science
human-machine collaboration, algorithmic governance, data visualization
English, German