Il primo trattato internazionale sull’intelligenza artificiale: cosa prevede la convenzione quadro del Consiglio d’Europa

di Giacomo Lusardi e Alessandra Faranda Il Consiglio d’Europa ha adottato a Strasburgo la prima convenzione quadro internazionale giuridicamente vincolante volta a garantire il rispetto dei diritti umani, della democrazia e dello Stato di diritto nell’utilizzo dei sistemi di intelligenza artificiale nel settore pubblico e privato. Aperta alla firma dal prossimo 5 settembre, anche ai […]

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Assicurare l’imprevedibile: le polizze per il rischio IA

di Giacomo Lusardi e Karin Tayel L’intelligenza artificiale è intorno a noi ed è qui per restare L’intelligenza artificiale (IA) sta rapidamente permeando vari settori economici. Dai servizi finanziari e assicurativi al life science, passando per ambiti diversi come la vendita al dettaglio, l’industriale, l’immobiliare, il media e lo sport, l’IA sta rimodellando i paradigmi

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The Italian bill on Artificial Intelligence: The main issues

By Giacomo Lusardi and Alessandra Faranda Last April 23, the Italian Council of Ministers passed a bill (AI Bill) aimed at introducing some national Artificial Intelligence (AI) provisions. The main scope is to establish regulatory criteria for balancing the opportunities offered by new technologies with the risks associated with improper and harmful use, supplementing and

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Il disegno di legge italiano sull’intelligenza artificiale: i temi principali

di Giacomo Lusardi e Alessandra Faranda Lo scorso 23 aprile il Consiglio dei Ministri ha varato un disegno di legge (DDL) volto a introdurre disposizioni nazionali in materia di Intelligenza Artificiale (IA), anche tramite delega al Governo. L’obiettivo primario è di stabilire criteri normativi in grado di bilanciare le opportunità offerte dalle nuove tecnologie con

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Insuring the unpredictable: The challenges of AI risk insurability

By Giacomo Lusardi, Karin Tayel and Andrea Olivieri AI is all around us and it’s here to stay AI is rapidly permeating various economic sectors. From financial services and insurance to life sciences and encompassing industries as diverse as retail, industrials, real estate, media and sports. AI is reshaping traditional paradigms and marking a shift

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Italy’s AI Strategy for 2024-2026: The Key Points

by Giacomo Lusardi and Alessandra Faranda The government’s vision of AI: a strategy and a bill In the past few days, an executive summary prepared by AgiD (Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale) and the Department for Digital Transformation was made available on the web. It summarizes the vision and architecture of Italy’s Artificial Intelligence Strategy for the

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How Insurance Companies are Embracing Machine Learning according to IVASS survey

The Italian Insurance Supervisory Authority (“IVASS”) recently published the results of a survey conducted in 2022 on the use of Machine Learning (“ML”) algorithms by insurance companies in their relationship with insureds. The survey involved 93 companies and is part of a broader IVASS strategy aimed at analyzing the evolution and impact of Insurtech.

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Navigating the Open Insurance landscape: A legal perspective for 2023

OPEN INSURANCE: A DEFINITION Open Insurance is a way for insurance companies and other players in the insurance sector to share personal and non-personal data, usually via standardized and interoperable APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) (EIOPA, 2021). They can then use that data to create new products and services and improve existing ones. Open Insurance data

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Italy adopts new rules on digital platforms and abuse of economic dependence

The recent annual Italian law for the market and competition 2021 (Law No. 118/2022 – “2021 annual competition law”) has – among other things – supplemented Article 9 of Law 192/1998 with new provisions concerning the abuse of economic dependence by digital platforms. Among the novelties are a rebuttable presumption of economic dependence for digital

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Milan Fashion Week and Fashion Law Trends – The endless boom in sportswear: patent protection for textile technologies

As more people commit to live (or at least to post on social media) an healthier and more active lifestyle, the sportswear industry is seizing the opportunity to grow like never before. The reasons behind the flourishing health craze so popular in the western world are many, complicated and interconnected. If the pandemic played a

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Milan Fashion Week and Fashion Law Trends – Colour trade marks: the maisons’ strategic choice to make their brand identity shine

Today marks the end of this edition of Milan Fashion Week SS2023, which saw colourful dresses with ton sur ton combinations on the catwalk, between similar and complementary nuances, as well as our fashion law column. Fil-rouge among fashion maisons of this MFW edition is colour. One of the representatives of this trend in Italy

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Not Just a Label launches an intellectual property rights marketplace: will it be the future in designer rights transfer?

Fashion always changes, turns into something new, sometimes reinvents itself, but most importantly, it follows the seasons. To make this possible, there must be an industry behind that works relentlessly, that is innovative and that listens to consumer perceptions, that observes, studies and researches. It is required, paradoxically, that in an industry like fashion, which

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Milan Fashion Week and Fashion Law Trends – The Benefit status as the new must-have for companies going green

By Elena Davanzo and Daniela Maria Mazzillo News of Patagonia’s latest move made headlines worldwide as soon as it was announced: the billionaire owner of the famous fashion brand decided to give away his company to a charitable trust. “Despite its immensity, the Earth’s resources are not infinite, and it’s clear we’ve exceeded its limits,”

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Milan Fashion Week and Fashion Law Trends – The latest trend for luxury brands: sustainability logos

The fashion industry is sadly known for being one of the most polluting industries in the world, being responsible for about 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions. There are several major factors contributing to this not-to-be-proud achievement, including depletion of water resources, pollution from textile factories, and merchandise waste. However, in the last years, young

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Milan Fashion Week and Fashion Law Trends: Fashion in the Metaverse – a New Era for Brands

From updating retail experiences, to wearable technology, innovation is continuously inspiring and influencing trends and fashions. Also, following Facebook rebranding into “Meta” in late 2021, the term “Metaverse” definitely entered the common vocabulary and fashion brands are continuously seeking to conquer this new innovative world.

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