Paper written by our fellow Marco Mendola. This paper is concerned with the study of predictive policing as a tool for surveillance. With regard to the European legal framework, this research studies the influence of the predictive policing model primarily on the principle of presumption of innocence (Article 6.2 ECHR) and on reasonable suspicion. The […]
We are very pleased to welcome our new fellows: Francesco Meloni and Jacopo Giunta. You can see their profile here.
Il Tech and Law center è lieto di invitarvi al seminario intitolato “Controllo dei lavoratori, cyber espionage e tutela del segreto industriale”, che si terrà il 13 settembre all’ Università degli Studi di Torino a partire dalle ore 14.30. L’evento è gratuito ma è gradita la conferma. Per visionare il programma dell’evento e confermare la partecipazione, […]
On 7 September at 10 at Politecnico di Milano in Aula De Donato, Piazza Leonardo Da Vinci, 32, in Milan, Tech and Law Center is pleased to co-organize the event titled “The Internet of Broken Things”. The Internet of Things is upon us: by 2020, estimates say over 50 billion devices will be connected to […]
[We are happy to cross post!] News media are reporting that the EU is considering turning robots into electronic persons with rights and apparently industry spokespeople are concerned that Brussels’ overzealousness could hinder innovation. The report is far more sedate. It is a draft report, not a bill, with a mixed bag of recommendations to […]
10 years after the release of EURON Roboethics Roadmap, the world has been faced a critical technology revolution. We continuously witnessed Google’s self-driving car, Amazon’s KIVA system, drones, SoftBank’s Pepper, Boston Dynamics’ Atlas, ROSS System, and AlphaGO coming into our lives. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no more a science fiction concept, but the next wave […]
(Article written by our fellow Gillian Cafiero) The UK rocked the political world by announcing its intention to ‘Leave’ the EU. No one seems sure of what it means to ‘Leave’ the EU and politicians worldwide have encouraged people to subdue their reactions until a clear exit strategy is agreed. One thing is certain: nothing […]
Our fellow Pierluigi Perri is organizing a series of seminars with Prof. David Thaw from the University of Pittsburgh on cybercrime, cybersecurity and interesting related issues like cyberwar and hate speech online. All the seminars will take place in English, they are free and you are all welcome to participate! You can see the agenda […]