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Philippe Lorenz

Philippe Lorenz leads the SNV’s Artificial Intelligence and Foreign Policy project, assessing the implications of artificial intelligence for international relations. In his work, Philippe Lorenz focuses on policy areas that are undergoing major changes due to advanced technologies. In the project Labor Market 4.0, for example, he analyzed policy developments on the German labor market under the influence of increasing digitization. Here, he paid particular attention to the changes in occupational profiles due to the influence of automation technology. Another focus of his work was the influence of digitization on the design of the German energy transition. Philippe studied law at the University of Passau and International Relations at the Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences in Kleve.

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