Law and Artificial Intelligence

Prof. Dr. Michèle Finck

Michèle Finck is Professor of Law and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Tübingen. Her chair is supported by the Carl Zeiss Foundation, and she receives additional support by our Cluster. Prof. Finck is moreover an Affiliated Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, the Centre for Blockchain Technologies at University College London and a Visiting Professor at LUISS University. She previously worked at the University of Oxford and the London School of Economics.

Professor Finck's research focuses on the interactions between law and artificial intelligence with a particular emphasis on data (protection) law and data governance. She is mapping the emerging puzzle of European data law, in particular as regards the interaction between the General Data Protection Regulation and other components of EU data law with the newly proposed Artificial Intelligence Act, Data Governance Act, Digital Markets Act, Digital Services Act and Data Act.

Professor Finck is moreover carrying out research projects on federated machine learning and other privacy-preserving technologies such as zero-knowledge proofs (including in relation to blockchains) and has a keen interest in the regulation of data sharing services. An additional research focus of her chair is the usage of data and AI as components of climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies..

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Prof. Dr. Michèle Finck
Law and Artificial Intelligence

University of Tübingen
Chair for Law and Artificial Intelligence
72074 Tübingen

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