Kimon Kieslich works as a research associate in the project Anticipating AI impact in a Diverse Society funded by the Center for Advancing Safety of Machine Intelligence (CASMI). His research currently focuses on developing a scenario-based, diversity-sensitive method to evaluate the societal impact of AI-systems and regulations. Kimon will complete his PhD in communication sciences (Dr. rer. Soc.) at the University of Hohenheim at the end of 2023. His PhD is entitled The role of public opinion on ethical AI principles and its implication for a common good-oriented implementation. From 2018-2022, he worked as a research assistant in the project public opinion monitor artificial intelligence [Meinungsmonitor Künstliche Intelligenz] at the department of Social Sciences at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf. He previously studied Communication Science (B.A. & M.A.) at the University of Münster. In his research, Kimon is focusing on population opinion on AI, media coverage of AI, and the ethical and social impact of (future) AI technologies on society. In particular, he is interested in the following research areas: public good-oriented AI; public perceptions of algorithmic systems; human-machine interaction; anticipation of AI impacts on society.