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Workshop: Artificial Intelligence and Public Policy

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming and impacting various sectors, spanning from health to the economy, and from education to public administration. AI is no longer solely a technological phenomenon confined to technologists; it is evolving into a catalyst for reshaping policies that affect us all. However, are we adequately equipped with the knowledge and skills required to navigate the AI-driven landscape effectively?

In the rapidly evolving AI landscape, Dr. Hasnain Bokhari, the project lead on digitalization and internationalization at the Brandt School, is hosting a two-day workshop titled "Artificial Intelligence and Public Policy." This workshop will take place at the Brandt School's institutional partner, El Colegio de Mexico in Mexico City, from September 21st to September 22nd, 2023.

In July 2023, the Brandt School entered into a collaboration agreement with El Colegio de Mexico to enhance their institutional ties. In past, Dr. Bokhari also offered a joint COIL activity with the Department of Gender Studies at the El Colegio de Mexico. Dr. Bokhari, as the Brandt School’s representative on international academic partnerships, is currently in Mexico to conduct this workshop. He is also engaged in discussions and meetings aimed at fostering future collaborations such as with the DAAD, Mexican public sector institutions, think tanks, and academic partners of the University of Erfurt, such as Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM).

The workshop on Artificial Intelligence is open to students from the El Colegio de Mexico’s Center of International Studies, including those in Public Policy, International Relations, and Political Science.


Research Associate for Computational Social Science in Public Policy
(Willy Brandt School of Public Policy)
C19 - Research Building "Weltbeziehungen" / C19.02.09