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The Digital Public Sphere Working Group: AI, Computational Modelling and Criminal Proceedings

Dates:
  • Mon 19 Oct 2020 10.00 - 12.00
  Add to Calendar 2020-10-19 10:00 2020-10-19 12:00 Europe/Paris The Digital Public Sphere Working Group: AI, Computational Modelling and Criminal Proceedings

Prof. Serena Quattrocolo, University of Eastern Piedmont

Discussant: Wanshu Cong, Max Weber Fellow at the EUI

Commentator: Athina Sachoulidou, Assistant Professor at NOVA School of Law

For its inauguration, we are proud to have Prof. Serena Quattrocolo presenting her recently published book AI, Computational Modelling and Criminal Proceedings . This book discusses issues related to the application of AI and computational modelling in criminal proceedings from a European perspective. This work mainly explores ways in which AI can affect the investigation and adjudication of crime in two main areas of application: evidence gathering and judicial decision-making. Touching on the foundations of common law and civil law traditions, the book offers insights into the usefulness of ‘prediction’ in criminal proceedings.

Serena Quattrocolo is Professor of Italian and European Criminal Procedure at the University of Eastern Piedmont and Dean of the Law School. She hold the position of academic co-director of the Center for Transnational Legal Studies (CTLS) in London. She was a visiting scholar at King’s College, London and visiting professor at FGV Direito, Sao Paulo, Brasil, as well as Stipendiantin at the Max Planck Institute for International and comparative criminal law, Freiburg i.B., Germany. Her major research fields relates to in absentia trials, European criminal procedure, AI and criminal proceedings.

 

Should you wish to participate in presence, please register by sending an email to  Francesca Palmiotto ([email protected]) by Thursday 15thOctober. 

The lecture is also open to online participants. Should you wish to participate online via Zoom, please register with Francesca Palmiotto ([email protected]) by Thursday 15th October to receive the link. Please specify your Department and year.

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  Sala del Torrino - Villa Salviati- Castle

Prof. Serena Quattrocolo, University of Eastern Piedmont

Discussant: Wanshu Cong, Max Weber Fellow at the EUI

Commentator: Athina Sachoulidou, Assistant Professor at NOVA School of Law

For its inauguration, we are proud to have Prof. Serena Quattrocolo presenting her recently published book AI, Computational Modelling and Criminal Proceedings . This book discusses issues related to the application of AI and computational modelling in criminal proceedings from a European perspective. This work mainly explores ways in which AI can affect the investigation and adjudication of crime in two main areas of application: evidence gathering and judicial decision-making. Touching on the foundations of common law and civil law traditions, the book offers insights into the usefulness of ‘prediction’ in criminal proceedings.

Serena Quattrocolo is Professor of Italian and European Criminal Procedure at the University of Eastern Piedmont and Dean of the Law School. She hold the position of academic co-director of the Center for Transnational Legal Studies (CTLS) in London. She was a visiting scholar at King’s College, London and visiting professor at FGV Direito, Sao Paulo, Brasil, as well as Stipendiantin at the Max Planck Institute for International and comparative criminal law, Freiburg i.B., Germany. Her major research fields relates to in absentia trials, European criminal procedure, AI and criminal proceedings.

 

Should you wish to participate in presence, please register by sending an email to  Francesca Palmiotto ([email protected]) by Thursday 15thOctober. 

The lecture is also open to online participants. Should you wish to participate online via Zoom, please register with Francesca Palmiotto ([email protected]) by Thursday 15th October to receive the link. Please specify your Department and year.


Location:
Sala del Torrino - Villa Salviati- Castle

Affiliation:
Department of Law

Type:
Working group

Contact:
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