On 22.01.2022 an interview of the former Bavarian Disability Commissioner Anita Read with Prof. Lütge on the topic "Artificial Intelligence - Paving the Way for Inclusion" was published on the youtube channel read&talk. You can access the interview by clicking on the link.
We would like to inform you about the following publication of Prof. Lütge:
Madeleine Fürst & Christoph Lütge
"The conception of organizational integrity: A derivation from the individual level using a virtue-based approach"
in: Business Ethics, the Environment and Responsibility (2021)
The article "Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights: A Business Ethical Assessment" (Alexander Kriebitz and Christoph Lütge) has received the Best Scholarly Article Prize 2020 from the Business and Human Rights Journal.
We are very humbled and express our thanks to the Selection Committee of…
The Peter Löscher Chair of Business Ethics has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Center for Global ESG and Business Ethics at Yonsei University in Korea. The Memorandum of Understanding includes the goal to strengthen the scientific cooperation between both institutions on the main…
Prof. Lütge has been appointed to the Academic Committee des Institute for AI International Governance at Tsinghua University . For further information on the Academic Committee's focus, please click here.
We inform you about the following new publication by Prof. Lütge:
Autonomous Driving Ethics: from Trolley Problem to Ethics of Risk.
Philosophy & Technology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13347-021-00449-4
(with Maximilian Geisslinger, Franziska Poszler, Johannes Betz & Markus Lienkamp).
A new article has been published by Prof. Lütge.
Johann Jakob Häußermann & Christoph Lütge.
Community-in-the-loop: towards pluralistic value creation in AI, or—why AI needs business ethics
in: AI and Ethics (2021)
On August 21, the Neue Zürcher Zeitung published an interview with Prof. Lütge on the role of social media in our contemporary discourse and the reactions of companies to shitstorms. You can find the complete interview here.
The Japanese translation of "The Ethics of Competition" will be published by Keio University Press. The original book, written by Prof. Lütge and published in German in 2014, was translated by Itaru Shimazu. The extended edition contains an interview with Prof. Lütge.
You can find the link to the…