Lab Platform Governance, Media and Technology (PGMT)

Licinia Güttel

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.

Relevant Publications:

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