Fellow at the Virtual Clinic "Increasing Fairness in Targeted Advertising: The Risk of Gender Stereotyping by Job Ad Algorithms”

Prize: Fellowship awarded competitively


As part of its international research project "The Ethics of Digitalisation – From Principles to Practices", 12 fellows from various background were selected to participate in the virtual clinic. The project promotes active exchange at the interface of science, politics and society and thus contributes to a global dialogue on an ethics of digitalisation. Besides the HIIG, the main project partners are the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University, the Digital Asia Hub, and the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut.The virtual clinic is part of the NoC research project “The Ethics of Digitalisation – From Principles to Practices”, which aims to develop viable answers to challenges at the intersection of ethics and digitalisation. Innovative formats facilitate interdisciplinary scientific work on application-, and practice-oriented questions and achieve outputs of high social relevance and impact.
Degree of recognitionInternational
OrganisationsAlexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society