mr. L.M. (Lucas) Haitsma
Lucas's research focuses on risks of discrimination that arise through the use of algorithmic decision-making and AI, and the mitigation of these risks, in law enforcement agencies in the Netherlands. In this context, Lucas considers several themes such as current and future legislation, ethics in AI and algorithmic decision-making, operationalization and implementation of legal and ethical principles, as well as risk mitigation strategies adopted by law enforcement agencies seeking to comply with such principles. His research is part of the empirical legal studies program, and as such combines qualitative and legal research methods.
Alongside his research, Lucas teaches the course Administrative Law and Market Regulation. Furthermore, he is a participant in the Justice, fundamentaL rIghts and Artificial intelligence (JuLIA) project. This project aims to provide European judges with training and a handbook in the field of artificial intelligence and fundamental rights. The European Commission funds the JULIA Project.
Former Chairman and Secretary of the PhD Council for the Faculty of Law
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