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Our research aims at bridging the gap between policy makers and academics, focusing on Europe. It is  devoted to the analysis of the situation from multiple perspectives, and aim to make IE a pole of reference in the debate on the topic.

Is it possible to analyse law in terms of technological efficiency? If so, are legal systems equally fit for technology? Overall, can law determine success in the technological revolution? I address these questions in the chapter ‘Standardisation of agreement in EU law. An adieu to......

The Union is called to play an essential role in establishing legal rules and ethical principles on the liability of smart robots (embodied artificial intelligence, AI) that are coherent to the EU’s contribution to society, without stifling innovation – an aim set forth by the......

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