INTERNET AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE LAW - IUS/17
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The module aims to provide the students with fundamentals related to the main issues raised by artificial intelligence in abovementioned criminal matters.
Course contents summary
The module aims to provide a focus on the main issues raised by connections between Criminal Law and artificial intelligence (A.I.).
In fact, artificial intelligence not only has an impact on so-called cybercrimes, but it can also suggest a reconsideration of the dogma according to which machina delinquere non potest.
In particular, A.I. is explored in its impact in terms of (i) law enforcement, (ii) so-called automated decision systems, (iii) crime risk assessment tools, and (iv) use of artificial intelligence itself in the commission of crimes.
F. BASILE, Diritto penale e intelligenza artificiale: quattro possibili percorsi di indagine, in Diritto penale e uomo, 29 settembre 2019 (available on dirittopenaleuomo.org).
The teaching activities will be carried out by traditional lectures, in person or remotely through the Teams platform, in streaming and, in any case, according to the methods indicated by the University.
The Teams platform guide is available at: http://selma.unipr.it/
Assessment methods and criteria
See the general part of the Syllabus concerning the Internet and Artificial Intelligence Law class.