Jonas Carstens is a research assistant at the Chair of Practical Philosophy at HHU-Düsseldorf since January 2022 and part of the Use Case Law of the Manchot Research Group “Decision Making Using Artificial Intelligence Methods”. He studied English and Philosophy (B.A.) as well as English and Philosophy (M.Ed.) and Practical Philosophy of Economics and Environment (M.A.) in Kiel. His research interests lie in the area of philosophical notions of discrimination and their applicability to discrimination by artificial intelligence.
As a member of DIID, he is particularly interested in ethical aspects of AI-enabled online deliberation, as well as the interplay between AI applications and social power structures in general.