Digital Legal Lab

NATALI HELBERGER IS A PROFESSOR OF LAW AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY, WITH A SPECIAL FOCUS ON AI. HER RESEARCH INVESTIGATES THE SOCIAL AND LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND AUTOMATED DECISION MAKING.

Inge Graef focuses on competition enforcement in the digital economy. She is particularly interested in the interface between competition law and other fields of EU law such as data protection, intellectual property and electronic communications law.

Inge Graef focuses on competition enforcement in the digital economy. She is particularly interested in the interface between competition law and other fields of EU law such as data protection, intellectual property and electronic communications law.

Inge Graef focuses on competition enforcement in the digital economy. She is particularly interested in the interface between competition law and other fields of EU law such as data protection, intellectual property and electronic communications law.

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Natali Helberger

Distinguished University Professor Law & Digital Technology, with a special focus on AI

My research in the Digital Legal Studies network…

My research in the Digital Legal Studies network is about the transformation of decision making, and
how the implementation of automated decision making routines in the justice and media sector
introduces new players, new power dynamics and a re-thinking and re-prioritisation of values and
fundamental rights.

What I hope to achieve with my research is…

What I hope to achieve with my research is to develop a societal perspective on automated decision
making that takes into account the broader socio-technical context and fundamental rights in the
governance of AI-driven solutions.