Sant'anna Magazine


Cooperation between Italy and Niger, personal data protection and fight against cybercrime: a training course for the judiciary in Niger, organised by the Sant’Anna School with the support of the MAECI and the Nigerian Ministry of Justice for magistrates

The cooperation between Italy and Niger is consolidating thanks to the contribution of the Sant'Anna School. Between 24 and 27 May, the fourth training course was carried out online on the subject of personal data protection and the fight against cybercrime. The course, organized by the Sant’Anna School and targeted to 27 magistrates in Niger, was coordinated by Andrea de Guttry, Full Professor of International Law of the Sant'Anna School


28.06.2021 15:00

Explainable AI via Computational Argumentation


Explainable AI (XAI) has been investigated for decades and, together with AI itself, has witnessed unprecedented growth in recent years, fuelled by data availability and computational power. Indeed, it is widely acknowledged that AI cannot fully benefit society without addressing its widespread inability to explain its outputs, causing human mistrust and doubts regarding regulatory...

06.07.2021 14:00

SoBigData++ and LeADS joint Awareness Panel


14.00 – 14.15 Greetings

Francesca Chiaromonte, EMbeDS Department - Sant'Anna School, Gaetana Morgante, Dirpolis Institute (Law, Politics, Development) of Sant'Anna School

14.15 – 16.00 Roundtable

Legal reasoning and semantic annotation, Vern R. Walker – Emeritus of Law, Hofstra University

From citizens, to judicial decisions, to government policy-makers, Sehl Mellouli, Laval...