Mia Hoffmann

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Mia Hoffmann is a Research Fellow at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET) where she works on AI Assessment. Prior to joining CSET she worked at the European Commission and Bruegel, an economic policy think tank based in Brussels. In this role, she studied artificial intelligence adoption in Europe and labor market implications of emerging technology. Her work highlights the risks associated with the excessive use of algorithmic management and surveillance systems in workplaces and the disproportionate impact on historically vulnerable groups. Mia holds a BSc in International Economics from the University of Tuebingen in Germany, and a MSc in Economics from Lund University in Sweden.  

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