INTERNET AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE LAW - IUS/14
Learning outcomes of the course unit
This module, articulated in two class of three hours each, is devoted to explain EU legislative and non-legislative actions in order to regulate artificial intelligence and to guarantee legal certainty to digital platforms' operators.
It is higly recommended to have passed the exam of European Union Law.
Course contents summary
This teaching's contents delves into the relationships between two elements: a) the proposal for a regulation laying down harmonised rules on artificial intelligence; b) digital platforms.
The texts of the proposal for a regulation laying down harmonised rules on artificial intelligence and of the regulation on promoting fairness and transparency for business users of online intermediation services will be available on Elly. It is highly recommended to read them beforehand.
This module will be conducted as a seminar, thereby favouring a debate
between the instructor and the students
Assessment methods and criteria
Please see the general part of this teaching.