Italian Supreme Court says people must know how algorithms that judge them work
Vincenzo Tiani summarises the Supreme Court ruling that recognised the need for transparency of algorithms
Tommaso Mauro and Federico Sartore guests of DPO Innovation
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The European AI Act on artificial intelligence still leaves many questions unanswered
The Commission’s proposal was eagerly awaited and is the first attempt to bring order to a complex and sensitive issue. But there are many knots to unravel.
Trump, Facebook and the privatisation of rights: here are the risks
The Facebook oversight board is taking more time over the hot potato of the Trump ban. The biggest risk now is that the failure of a public response could leave a huge vacuum, which would be filled by private individuals and their more or less questionable initiatives.
Lorenzo Cristofaro in the Global Data Review’s 40Under40 list
We are pleased to announce that our Partner Lorenzo Cristofaro was the only Italian lawyer to be included in the Global Data...