Presentation on whether AI should be granted legal personality, during the CPDP2020, in a panel hosted by CDSL, together with Paul Nemitz, Giovanni Sartor and Daniele Bourcier, moderated by Dara Hallinan.
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Presentation in the 1ST CYCLE OF LECTURES, Research Team on the Digital Economy and Private Law, Law School, Aristotle University Thessaloniki, Spring Semester 2018/2019.
My presentation in the Europe Regulates Robotics conference, "Is the GDPR EU's digital constitution"? The conference was held in Pisa, 27-28 September.
Structuring modern life running on software. Recognizing (some) computer programs as new “digital persons”
Abstract Saudi Arabia grants nationality to an AI robot; the first “clash of robots” took place in Japan; and, Bill Gates suggests that robots start paying taxes. We believe that these developments justify new legal fiction interventions. Software has long now exceeded the intellectual property boundaries. It is no longer merely property; it has assumed