Jessica Wulf (she/her)

Project Manager

Photo: Julia Bornkessel, CC BY 4.0
German, English, Spanish, Portugese

Jessica Wulf manages the project "AutoCheck – a Guide about Automated Decision-Making Systems for Equality Bodies". In this project, we search for case studies of discrimination experiences through automated decision-making systems (ADMS) in the German context. Moreover, we develop concrete and understandable guidelines and tools for anti-discrimination counseling centers and design trainings on ADMS and discrimination risks. Jessica Wulf studied psychology with a focus on work and educational psychology as well as international development. In the course of her studies, Jessica learned about (unconscious) biases as well as societal and global power relations. Prior to AlgorithmWatch, Jessica worked as gender and diversity policy officer at the Vienna University of Economics and Business and as a trainer for international volunteers.

Articles for AlgoritmWatch

Julia Bornkessel, CC BY 4.0

Interview with Jessica Wulf, 25 May 2021

“We’re looking for cases of discrimination through algorithms in Germany.”

The project AutoCheck investigates the risks for discrimination inherent in automated decision-making systems (ADMS). In this interview, project manager Jessica Wulf talks about the search for exemplary cases and how the project will support counselling centers and further education on the topic.

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