Marisa Tschopp is a researcher at scip ag and Women in AI Ambassador Switzerland. She is researching AI and technology from a psychological perspective, with a wide range of questions related to psychological phenomena with a specific interest in ethical implications. Her research areas are about trust (What does it take to trust AI?), behavioral performance measurement of conversational AI (How smart is Siri?), and lethal autonomous weapons system (killer robots and how to ban them!), agency, leadership And gender equality. As an organizational psychologist, she has experience in social and educational institutions with a specific passion for digital teaching-learning trends. She has been teaching in several higher education institutions in Germany and Switzerland. She published various media articles, book chapters, and papers and is a frequent speaker on conferences and events worldwide. Marisa holds a Master’s degree in Psychology of Excellence in Business and Education from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Germany, as well as a BA business degree, focusing on market and consumer psychology. As a doctoral student at the Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien (IWM), she is investigating human machine interaction with a specific focus on relationship and communication patterns between humans and conversational AI.