Duration 1 week/32 hours
The Luiss Summer University Program in AI and Criminal Justice, organized by Luiss School of Law in collaboration with the Cluster on Normative Orders and the Faculty of Law at Goethe University Frankfurt, is an advanced course which gives a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of the interrelations between AI and criminal justice. The course is one-of-a-kind, as it brings together internationally recognized academics and practitioners to co-teach interdisciplinary modules.
Offered by the Luiss School of Law
Week 1 13-lug – 17-lug
The program provides participants with comprehensive knowledge as well as conceptual and normative tools to understand and manage opportunities and threats brought by the latest AI developments in the different areas of criminal justice.
For such purposes, the course primarily gives a solid background on how algorithms work, essential in gaining full expertise to understand the related advantages and disadvantages. Afterwards, lessons focus on AI applications in the criminal justice area, exploring the use of AI as a supportive tool in the public and private sectors and training participants to frame and solve criminal liability issues related to these new agents coming on to the stage.
In order to provide a practical and experiential approach, participants will visit leading AI companies as well as institutions and interact with prominent experts from the private and public sectors.