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02 Sep 2024

Artificial Intelligence Act & EU Criminal Justice

EUDICRI Summer School Bardonecchia (Turin, Italy) - 2-7 September 2024

The EUDiCRI project is lead by the Department of Law and Political, Economical and Social Sciences (DiGSPES) at the University of Eastern Piedmont, PI dott. Alessandro Provera, and gathers a group of scholars from DIGSPES and DISIT, Department of Science and Technological Innovation, who share several research and teaching projects in order to raise awareness about the use of digital technologies by law enforcement authorities in the field of criminal investigations and promote the knowledge of the EU law regulating the subject. The intensive use of digital forensic tools for criminal investigation and the increasing momentum gained by AI solutions also in criminal proceedings can generate many opportunities, in terms of technological innovation and economic-social development, but also entail risks for fundamental rights, along with the rule of law and democracy. In this context, the EUDiCRI School is the main aim of the project and seeks to stimulate, in three editions, debates and progress on the EU legal framework in digital forensics, with the active engagement of practitioners, academics and the civil society, with different levels of involvement and synergy.

The EUDiCRI Summer School will shed light upon specific application of Artificial Intelligence in criminal proceedings with main regard to the requirements set by the brand new Artificial Intelligence Act. The recent act is a gamechanger in the EU governance of AI, that will have huge impact also outside Europe. An unprecedent effort in cooperation between lawyers and computer scientists is at the basis of the EU action. Thus, the EUDiCRI school aims to reach out to professionals and scholars in both computational and legal areas of expertise. The Course will provide also specialised sessions for both lawyers and computer scientists, to complement their own traditional skills. In fact, after the AIA will enter into force, the legal and computational realms will be intertwined more than ever. As the EUDiCRI project addresses the topic of the criminal justice area, the specific focus of the program will be exploring the use of AI as a supportive tool in this specific field.

The programme and the application procedure are available here


2 Sep 2024 @ 09:00 am

4 Sep 2024 @ 01:30 pm

Duration: 2 days, 4 hours



Viale della Vittoria, 46

10052 Bardonecchia



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