Episode 14: Responsible AI, professorial appointments and coding workshops for girls
Hardly any field of research is currently developing as rapidly as Artificial Intelligence. In this episode of "We are TUM" Ruth Müller, Professor of Science and Technology Policy, shares insights into her research at the Center for Responsible AI Technologies. The research center works to integrate ethical and social science implications as early as in the development stage of AI technologies.
More than 600 professors work at TUM, and new professorships are filled every year. TUM spokesperson Ulrich Meyer tells us how the international competition for the brightest minds works and presents "NewIn", a video format that showcases newly appointed professors and their research focus areas.
The defined objective of the student group she.codes is to increase the share of women in STEM subjects. she.codes workshops are intended for young women between the ages of 11 and 14. Co-founder Clara Buchholz studies Informatics and tells us about how she teaches programming languages in a playful setting.
Sarah Ziegler from the Geschwister Scholl student housing facility knows first-hand how formative the time spent living in student housing can be. The house councilor shares tips with us on how to apply for a vacancy in student housing and how to live together with a large community of roommates.
Our guests, in chronological order: Professor for Science and Technology Policy Dr. Ruth Müller; Ulrich Meyer, Spokesperson of the President and Head of Media Relations; Student and co-founder of the she.codes initiative Clara Buchholz; Sarah Ziegler, student and house councilor at the housing facility Studentenwohnheim Geschwister Scholl e.V.
English transcript of this episode
published on 04.17.2023