INTERNET AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE LAW - IUS/08
cod. 1010138

Academic year 2023/24
4° year of course - Second semester
Professor
- Antonio D'ALOIA
Academic discipline
Diritto costituzionale (IUS/08)
Field
A scelta dello studente
Type of training activity
Student's choice
6 hours
of face-to-face activities
1 credits
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Integrated course unit module: INTERNET AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE LAW

Learning objectives


This part of the course aims to provide knowledge and skills on issues related to artificial intelligence mechanisms in the context of constitutional protection of rights.

Prerequisites

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Course unit content


The course focuses on the analysis of the Internet and artificial intelligence impact's on constitutional principles and individual rights (right of access to the Internet; AI and democracy; concept of bubble democracy; AI and risks of discrimination; AI and the right to health; protection of privacy and data processing).

Full programme

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Bibliography


D'Aloia, A., Il diritto verso il "mondo nuovo". Le sfide dell'intelligenza artificiale, in A. D'Aloia (a cura di), Intelligenza artificiale e diritto. Come regolare un mondo nuovo, FrancoAngeli, Milano, 2020, pp. 7-66.

Teaching methods


The unit includes both lectures and interactive moments with students, consisting mainly in the analysis and discussion of the most recent legislative and judicial interventions on the subject, as well as seminar activities on more specific topics.

Assessment methods and criteria


Please refer to the general part of the Syllabus related to the subject of Internet and Artificial Intelligence Law.

Other information

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