The first lesson this afternoon is also an opportunity to present, with the author, a valuable volume just published, “Electronic surveillance, fundamental rights and technological evolution” by Prof. Pierluigi Perri.
Electronic surveillance, artificial intelligence and relationship with fundamental rights
Lecturer: Pierluigi Perri, confirmed researcher at the “Cesare Beccaria” Department of Legal Sciences of the State University of Milan. He coordinates the post-graduate course in Data protection and data governance. Cassation lawyer. His scientific and professional interests concern privacy and data protection, information security, computer crimes, computer forensics, IT contracts and cloud computing.
Non-Residential Fellow of Stanford University’s Center for Internet and Society.
Since January 2018 he is a representative member for Italy in the “Committee of experts on human rights dimensions of automated data processing and different forms of artificial intelligence” at the Council of Europe.
Use of AI systems for public safety purposes
Lecturer: Corrado Giustozzi, computer scientist, since 2010 is one of the twenty experts who design the strategies of the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA), and since 2016 has been in charge of developing the structure of the Italian government that takes care of the cybersecurity of the Public Administration (CERT-PA).