Though we could say ‘what’s in a list’, Hildebrandt does feel honoured and humbled to feature in the list that was ‘curated by the Women in AI Ethics™ Collective and recognizes brilliant women and non-binary people who have made exceptional contributions to the space of AI Ethics and diversity’. Do not hesitate to check out the others that people this pluriverse.
Hildebrandt to speak at ‘Law + Computation: An Algorithm for the Rule of Law and Justice?’ 5 Feb 2021
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