The Leonardo Civiltà delle Macchine Foundation will organise a two-day international conference to discuss the ethical and legal implications of the growing use of A.I. technologies. The conference will take place on 21 and 22 November, on the premises of the Chamber of Deputies, at Palazzo Montecitorio.
The aim of the conference is to stimulate a debate on the A.I. Code of Ethics in Italy, underlining the need for and benefits of a more formalised legal framework. A new technological humanism that keeps man at the centre of the age of machines passes through the creation of a reliable context of rules, which public authorities must construct together with the producers and users of the new digital economy.
The conference will be broken down into four round tables that will examine the ethical and legal implications of A.I. in the fields of Defence, Finance and the world of insurance, in the field of medicine and digital health data, and in that of justice. With the intention of ensuring the widest possible collegiality, each round table will be attended by Italian academics, international experts, representatives of the institutions and hi-tech corporations.