Elvio Ancona

Subjectivity, Responsibility, Normativity 4.0. Juridical and Philosophical Outlines of AI

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This focus intends to deal with juridical responsability of AI, considered both as an object and as a subject of legal rules and regulations or judicial decisions. Beyond indispensable IT expertise and essential law knowledge, the consideration of both aspects requires a philosophical awareness of basic notions as subjectivity, responsability, normativity. This topic is therefore dealed according a multidiciplinary and interdisciplinary approach, having recourse to the contribution of a complex system physicist (Samir Suweis), a constitutionalist (Andrea Simoncini), a philosopher of law (Agata Amato Mangiameli) and a philosopher of action (Gabriele De Anna).


  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Algorithms
  • Subjectivity
  • Responsability
  • Normativity


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