Since April, Kim Luther has been strengthening the Event Unit of the RHET AI Center as a doctoral student. In her work she deals intensively with technological progress in general and its processing through literature and other cultural artefacts as well as their reception in society. In particular, her research focuses on the artificial human being, its shape and form, technical realization, artistic representation and the acceptance by society associated with it.
After completing her BA in comparative literature and American studies and her MA in literary and cultural theory at the University of Tübingen, Kim Luther was head of the PR department and key account manager of an IT security company specializing in professional hacking. These experiences, among other things, prompted her to return to her dissertation project and thus to science. In the event unit, she also deals with the question of how a successful target group approach for artificial intelligence can look like.