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Digital Public Sphere Working Group

An interdisciplinary platform for discussing the use of data and technologies in public law. Our two sub-groups address different topics - one on the use of data in law enforcement, security and borders control; the other on the technical side, with a particular focus on AI and machine learning.

The Digital Public Sphere Working Group addresses current issues of digital law from a public law perspective. A particular focus is set on the regulation of AI systems, data, and platforms.

It offers a forum to discuss research on the use of digital technologies in the public sphere.

Digital Public Sphere Working Group events bring together researchers working at and visiting the EUI. They enable to discuss ongoing research on public law questions of digital technologies. Debates include the use of AI systems and data in diverse and sensitive contexts, such as borders and asylum, policing, and social media platforms.

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