The book “Intelligenza Artificiale – Il diritto, i diritti, l’etica”, edited by Prof. Ruffolo and published by Giuffrè Francis-Lefebvre, is now available.

The volume explores, with contributions written with rigor but with plain language (and therefore accessible to non-jurists as well), the main aspects, both ethical and legal, connected to the “Artificial Intelligence planet”, aiming to trigger an open and multidisciplinary dialogue with “hard sciences”.

The work explores, but also divulges, issues such as liability deriving from the production and use of Artificial Intelligence systems and algorithms, as well as of smart products and autonomous vehicles; smart contracts; human rights and the frontiers of human enhancement; privacy and data protection; patent and copyrights related to inventions and works created by the Artificial Intelligence system; the emerging issues related to corporate law, antitrust, competition law and labour law; the use of Artificial Intelligence in the justice system (robotic decisions and the so-called predictive justice); cyber-security; “electronic personality”.

The volume collects, alongside those of Prof. Ruffolo, the essays of fifteen professors (including the President of ANVUR, the President of the National Bioethics Committee, a full professor from Oxford, the ex-Rector of LUISS University), of the President of the Council of State and of the President of the Court of Milan, together with the contributions of Presidents and CEOs of representative companies and qualified in-house lawyers of emblematic businesses.