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LUISS Guido Carli


Artificial Intelligence & Regulation

2 March 2018 at 9:15 AM
Aula Giovanni Nocco Via Parenzo 11, Roma
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Artificial Intelligence has become a catch-all to describe any form of economic and legal automation. However, there is no clarity neither on its conceptual definition nor on its practical implications on the legal system and the society at large. The conference is aimed at exploring these issues drawing from different perspectives and backgrounds. The first session will deal with the challenge of qualifying algorithmic agents through the lens of both contract and criminal law and fundamental rights theory. The second will investigate what consequences AI will raise as regards regulation, taxation and procedures. The third and last session will explore what responses have been undertaken at the institutional level.
The time of Intelligent Machines has just started, is this the end of Law as we have been used to know it?