Il primo trattato internazionale sull’intelligenza artificiale: cosa prevede la convenzione quadro del Consiglio d’Europa
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by Giacomo Lusardi
1M ago
di Giacomo Lusardi e Alessandra Faranda Il Consiglio d’Europa ha adottato a Strasburgo la prima convenzione quadro internazionale giuridicamente vincolante volta a garantire il rispetto dei diritti umani, della democrazia e dello Stato di diritto nell’utilizzo dei sistemi di intelligenza artificiale nel settore pubblico e privato. Aperta alla firma dal prossimo 5 settembre, anche ai Paesi extraeuropei, la convenzione delinea un quadro normativo che copre l’intero ciclo di vita dei sistemi di IA, dalla progettazione alla dismissione, affrontandone i rischi ma incentivando, al contempo, un’innov ..read more
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Assicurare l’imprevedibile: le polizze per il rischio IA
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by Giacomo Lusardi
2M ago
di Giacomo Lusardi e Karin Tayel L’intelligenza artificiale è intorno a noi ed è qui per restare L’intelligenza artificiale (IA) sta rapidamente permeando vari settori economici. Dai servizi finanziari e assicurativi al life science, passando per ambiti diversi come la vendita al dettaglio, l’industriale, l’immobiliare, il media e lo sport, l’IA sta rimodellando i paradigmi tradizionali e segnando un cambiamento nel modo in cui le imprese operano e innovano. Solo per fare qualche esempio, nel settore dei servizi finanziari le tecnologie di IA sono impiegate per potenziare il servizio clienti ..read more
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The Italian bill on Artificial Intelligence: The main issues
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by Giacomo Lusardi
2M ago
By Giacomo Lusardi and Alessandra Faranda Last April 23, the Italian Council of Ministers passed a bill (AI Bill) aimed at introducing some national Artificial Intelligence (AI) provisions. The main scope is to establish regulatory criteria for balancing the opportunities offered by new technologies with the risks associated with improper and harmful use, supplementing and specifying the European Regulation on Artificial Intelligence (AI Act), approved last March. As a next step, the AI Bill will be subject to discussion and approval by the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate of the Republic. T ..read more
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Il disegno di legge italiano sull’intelligenza artificiale: i temi principali
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by Giacomo Lusardi
2M ago
di Giacomo Lusardi e Alessandra Faranda Lo scorso 23 aprile il Consiglio dei Ministri ha varato un disegno di legge (DDL) volto a introdurre disposizioni nazionali in materia di Intelligenza Artificiale (IA), anche tramite delega al Governo. L’obiettivo primario è di stabilire criteri normativi in grado di bilanciare le opportunità offerte dalle nuove tecnologie con i rischi associati a un uso improprio e dannoso, ad integrazione e specificazione di quanto già previsto dal Regolamento europeo sull’Intelligenza Artificiale (“AI Act”) approvato lo scorso marzo. Il DDL è composto da cinque capi ..read more
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Insuring the unpredictable: The challenges of AI risk insurability
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by Giacomo Lusardi
2M ago
By Giacomo Lusardi, Karin Tayel and Andrea Olivieri AI is all around us and it’s here to stay AI is rapidly permeating various economic sectors. From financial services and insurance to life sciences and encompassing industries as diverse as retail, industrials, real estate, media and sports. AI is reshaping traditional paradigms and marking a shift in how enterprises operate and innovate. In financial services, AI technologies are being deployed to boost customer service capabilities, streamline credit assessments, and strengthen fraud detection mechanisms. Similarly, AI models are transformi ..read more
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Italy’s AI Strategy for 2024-2026: The Key Points
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by Giacomo Lusardi
3M ago
by Giacomo Lusardi and Alessandra Faranda The government’s vision of AI: a strategy and a bill In the past few days, an executive summary prepared by AgiD (Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale) and the Department for Digital Transformation was made available on the web. It summarizes the vision and architecture of Italy’s Artificial Intelligence Strategy for the next three years through four main pillars: scientific research, public administration, business, and training. The document helps understand the Italian government’s vision of AI and contextualizes the domestic AI bill expected to be pr ..read more
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Navigating the Open Insurance landscape: A legal perspective for 2023
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by Giacomo Lusardi
1y ago
OPEN INSURANCE: A DEFINITION Open Insurance is a way for insurance companies and other players in the insurance sector to share personal and non-personal data, usually via standardized and interoperable APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) (EIOPA, 2021). They can then use that data to create new products and services and improve existing ones. Open Insurance data include, for example, Know Your Customer (KYC) data, premiums paid, coverage, claims reporting and compensation, and data from IoT sensors. And on-demand, pay-as-you-go, parametric policies, more efficient comparators, and innova ..read more
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Milan Fashion Week and Fashion Law Trends – Colour trade marks: the maisons’ strategic choice to make their brand identity shine
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by Maria Rita Cormaci
1y ago
Today marks the end of this edition of Milan Fashion Week SS2023, which saw colourful dresses with ton sur ton combinations on the catwalk, between similar and complementary nuances, as well as our fashion law column. Fil-rouge among fashion maisons of this MFW edition is colour. One of the representatives of this trend in Italy is Valentino Garavani, who – from the Paris défilé to that in Milan – made pink the undisputed protagonist of the catwalks, making it a true philosophy of life. Website, social pages and atelier are all pink-coloured, a shade studied and developed in collaboration with ..read more
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The logistics services contract is now expressly regulated in the Italian Civil Code: the new Section 1677-bis
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by Giacomo Lusardi
2y ago
by Giacomo Lusardi and Nicoletta Iurilli The Italian rules on service contracts (appalto) have recently been supplemented with Section 1677-bis of the Italian Civil Code, introduced by Section 1, paragraph 819, Law No. 234 of December 30, 2021, and then replaced by Section 37-bis, Decree Law No. 36 of April 30, 2022, converted with amendments into Law No. 79 of June 29, 2022. The new provision is titled “supply of more than one service concerning the transfer of goods” and provides that “if the contract has as its subject matter, jointly, the provision of two or more logistics services relatin ..read more
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New Regulation on machinery products and the digital transition: Obligations for manufacturers, distributors, and importers
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by Giacomo Lusardi
2y ago
by Giacomo Lusardi and Arianna Angilletta On April 21, 2021, along with the proposal for a Regulation on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and as part of the broader “Artificial Intelligence Package,” the European Commission issued the proposal for a Regulation on machinery products that will replace the Machinery Directive (Directive 2006/42/EC) currently in force. In our two-part article, we will investigate the crucial aspects of the proposal, considering the discussion on the legislative procedure by European institutions. In this first part, we will focus on the new obligations on manufacturer ..read more
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