Nadine Daum


Nadine Daum worked in the reframe[Tech] project in the "Digitalization and the Common Good" program at the Bertelsmann Stiftung, where she primarily researched AI skills in public administration, human-technology interaction and trust and AI. Her main focus there was on the question of how the use of algorithmic decision-making systems can be sustainably aligned for the common good in terms of opportunities and risks.

After her time at the Bertelsmann Stiftung, Nadine is aiming for a Master of Data Science for Public Policy to deepen her social science expertise and at the same time expand her knowledge of data science. Her goal is to expand the bridge between the social sciences and data science in order to develop a holistic approach to tackling challenges in the digital age.

Nadine Daum previously studied communication science and computer science at the University of Münster. She wrote her thesis on the opportunities and challenges of artificial intelligence in journalism.

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