Nikolett Aszódi (she/her)

Policy & Advocacy Manager

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English, Hungarian, German

At AlgorithmWatch, Nikolett covers ADM in the public sector and horizontal regulations in the EU regarding ADM – especially the AI Act. She holds a master’s degree in Global Studies from the Humboldt University and has a background in interdisciplinary research methodology and international public administration. Before joining AlgorithmWatch, Nikolett worked at the Civil Liberties Union for Europe where she focused on the impact of automated decision-making on fundamental human rights.

Articles for AlgoritmWatch

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Position, 6 December 2022

Joint statement: The EU AI Act must protect people on the move

In its current form, the AI Act does not adequately address and prevent harms stemming from the use of AI in the migration context. Today, AlgorithmWatch together with 191 organizations and individuals are sending a decisive signal to EU decision-makers: ensure the protection of human rights of people on the move!

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Position, 6 December 2022

How the German government decided not to protect people against the risks of AI

Today, EU member states’ ministers are meeting in Brussels to formally adopt the version of the AI Act that their governments agreed to. As it stands, it will not be in line with the German government’s vows to protect fundamental rights. Instead, it will propose lavish exemptions for security agencies to the detriment of people’s rights.

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Position, 17 October 2022

EU rules for AI have some distance to go

The AI Act and Directive on AI Liability aim to protect fundamental rights, health and safety, but fall short in the current form. An op-ed, published first at Context.

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