Artificial intelligence and law are interdependent. At the interdisciplinary CZS Institute for AI and Law, lawyers and computer scientists are conducting joint research.
Understanding the mutual impact of artificial intelligence (AI) and law is of central importance. This is the basis for societal acceptance of AI and the future development of AI-based solutions to societal problems. Computer scientists and lawyers are aware of their interdependencies in the field of AI. However, the research approaches of both fields make it difficult to conduct and sustain joint work.
AI researchers can feel constrained by an increasingly complex environment of data regulation. Lawyers find it difficult to frame AI-related legislation with sufficient precision to legally guide technological developments or to fathom legal paradigms such as privacy, nondiscrimination, or fairness.
The CZS Institute for Artificial Intelligence and Law provides a strong institutional framework. In it, highly qualified researchers:ing from both disciplines engage in a dialogue and explore interdisciplinary challenges of the future role of AI in a legal society.
|CZS Individual funding
|Type of funding:
|Large individual funding projects
|Junior research group leaders
|Period of time:
|Januar 2024 - Dezember 2031