Licinia Güttel is an advisory member at the ZeMKI and affiliated to the Lab “Platform Governance, Media, and Technology” (Prof. Dr. Katzenbach) as well as a student assistant at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society. She is a part of the international research project “Shaping 21st Century AI – Conflicts and Development Paths in Media, Politics and Research” which explores through a comparative longitudinal study how AI as a sociotechnical institution is integrated into our societies.
Licinia Güttel studies Franco-German Political and Social Sciences as a double bachelor program between Free University Berlin and the European campus of Sciences Po Paris. In the 2018-2019 academic year at Sciences Po, she was among the top 2% of her class and received the Summa Cum Laude award for her work. She is also a scholarship recipient of the American Stephen M. Kellen Foundation and the German Academic Scholarship Foundation.
In her trilingual study program, Licinia Güttel has placed a special focus on social and political implications of digitization, including the political and ethical issues surrounding AI.
Jobin, A., Guettel, L., Liebig, L., & Katzenbach, C. (2021). AI Federalism: shaping AI policy within states in Germany. arXiv.
Güttel, L. & Jobin, A. AI federalism: shaping AI policy within states
Digital Democracy Workshop (Session: Governance, Regulation, and Public Policy). Democracy Community of the Digital Society Initiative, Digital Democracy Lab at the University of Zurich. University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland: 28.10.2021