Dipartimento di diritto pubblico italiano e sovranazionale

The Impact of New Technologies on Public and Private Powers: National and Supranational Perspectives

Friday 12 November 2021
15:00 to 18:00 CET – 10:00-13:00 EST

Join Zoom Meeting: https://carleton-ca.zoom.us/j/99554708190

15.00 CET – Welcome Speech:

Prof. Benedetta Cappiello, University of Milan, Italy

15.15 – 16.30
Panel I – The Impact of New Technologies on Public Powers.

Chair and Introduction: Prof. Gherardo Carullo, University of Milan, Italy

Participants (15 minutes each)

  1. Eleonora Branca (University of Roma Tre), Regulating Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems: A Lawfare Perspective
  2. Giovanni De Gregorio (University of Oxford), The Principle of the Rule of Law in the Algorithmic Society: A European Constitutional Perspective
  3. Giulia Re Ferré (University of Milan), The Role of AI in the Healthcare Sector and the Need of Regulation
  4. Matteo Palma (University of Milan), The Regulation and Practice of Digital Innovation by Public Actors

16.30 – 17.45 CET
Panel II – The Exercise of Power by Private Parties and the Massive Deployment of New Technologies.

Chair and Introduction: Prof. Alberto Salazar, Carleton University, Canada

Participants (15 minutes each)

  1. Deborah Komarnisky (Carleton University), Data Mining within Reward-centric Consumer Capitalism: A Discussion of Data Analytics, Governance, and Loyalty Reward Cards in the Retail Market
  2. Anna Facchinetti (University of Pavia), The Digital Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities: Rethinking the Private/Public Divide
  3. Steven Wright (Georgia State University), Blockchain Justice: ADR in the Age of Smart Contracts
  4. Ge Zhang (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law), The Legislative Study on Personal Information Protection in Big Data Credit Reporting Activities in China — a Comparative Study of the European Union and China

17.45 CET – Concluding Remarks:

Prof. Alberto Salazar, Carleton University, Canada