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Deterring AI from committing crimes, an interview with Elina Nerantzi

If AI commits a crime, who is to blame? Perhaps no one. However, AI can be deterred by internalising criminal sanctions as costs. In an interview, EUI Law Researcher Elina Nerantzi discusses her paper ‘Hard AI Crime: The Deterrence Turn’, which shifts the AI crime discussion from blame to deterrence.

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The European Union – a neoliberal history?

As the 2024 European Parliament elections unfold, we asked EUI History Researcher Jonas Elvander to tell us about his recent book rethinking the history of the European Union in the framework of the history of neoliberalism, and what it tells us about the current challenges facing European democracies.

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