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Karina Vida (she/her) is a Doctorate Researcher in the Data Science group at the University of Hamburg.
Previously, she studied computer science and philosophy of technology in a double degree program at the Technical University of Darmstadt (Germany). In her master's thesis, she investigated the ethical challenges facing developers and regulators of affectively-aware robots and analyzed several frameworks that specialized in using ethical AI. During her studies, she worked as a teaching assistant at the Technical University of Darmstadt and as a working student at IBM.
My research interests focus on the interface between philosophy and artificial intelligence. In particular, I am interested in the social implications of using AI models and approaches to using AI safely and responsibly for the social good. Currently, I am researching "morality" in natural language processing.
My current research interests include the following:
- AI Safety
- Ethical AI
- Natural Language Processing
- Responsible AI