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Gerald Hopster holds a Master of Science in Criminology from the VU University Amsterdam. After his graduation, he started his PhD research in September 2015 at the department of Criminology of the Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University in Rotterdam. His research interests are technological development and crime, cybercrime, white collar crime, and terrorism.
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Gerald Hopster’s PhD research examines the harmful effects of Artificial Intelligent (AI) systems and their implications for the field of theoretical criminology. Rising concerns surrounding the implications of the integration of AI-systems being integrated into society’s critical infrastructure have not yet resonated in the field of criminology. This research examines the potential harmful effects of AI-systems in critical infrastructure and develops a conceptual criminological framework to address these harmful effects.