Lajla Fetic specialised in digital governance and public sector innovation during her studies at the Hertie School and Sciences Po Paris. As an artificial intelligence (AI) ethics expert and consultant, she was named one of this year's 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics. Alongside her master’s studies, she worked as a Project Manager in the Bertelsmann Stiftung's project Ethics of Algorithms where she oversaw the development of AI ethics rules and co-authored several guidelines. Prior to joining the Hertie School, she has gained professional experience in the field of digital public policy, working for the Stiftung Neue Verantwortung and consulting the public sector on industry 4.0. She completed a Bachelor of Sciences in Social Sciences at the University of Cologne.
Master's thesis title
Public AI registers: Analysing mechanisms for the transparent and accountable use of AI in the public sector