New technologies are changing the practice of law and the meaning of being a lawyer today. Artificial intelligence and machine learning systems, big data analytics, document builder systems, online legal assistance, blockchain, smart contracts - that is, legal technological innovation - have opened up new legal scenarios and are posing profound theoretical challenges.
The European Center for Law, Science and New Technologies (ECLT), the Department of Law of the University of Pavia, the Collegio Ghislieri, and the University School for Advanced Studies IUSS Pavia present the online intensive course Human Brain-AI-Law (TIL 2021).
The course offers a unique insight into the connections between the activity of the human brain, the models by which AI tools are designed, and how they impact on humans. Will we be replaced or complemented by these technologies? What paths is the current AI regulatory effort taking? How are legal studies reconsidering the way law is conceived and conceptualized?
TIL 2021 aims to provide master's students, doctoral students, young researchers, and early-career professionals with first-hand knowledge of advanced technological tools, as well as an essential overview of the legal implications arising from these technological innovations.
An international faculty and legal professionals teach the program.
The course is organized in cooperation with the Centre for Health Technologies (UNIPV) and the European Law Students Association (ELSA).
Directors: Prof. Amedeo Santosuosso (ECLT, UNIPV) - Prof. Carlo Granelli (UNIPV) - prof. Gabriella Bottini (Department of Brain and Behavioral Sciences (DBBS).
Deadline for registration: 12th July, 2021
A special “early bird” fee is offered to all participants who register before June 13th, 2021
Further information and registration:
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