The disruptive emergence of artificial intelligence in multiple aspects of daily life has raised the need to carefully analyze how systems based on such technologies can affect, more or less directly, the mechanisms for the protection of fundamental human rights. In this context, Law, which has always been the instrument through which man regulates life, and in particular private Law, is called to regulate the emerging technologies that characterize contemporary existence, in order to protect rights and balance different and sometimes conflicting interests in the digital scene, healing conflicts. This research will focus, after having examined the regulatory position of the European Union regarding the regulation of Artificial Intelligence systems, on the relationship between Artificial Intelligence and four classic categories of private law: the subject, the good, the contract, civil liability

(2024). Inteligencia artificial y derecho privado = Artificial intelligence and private law [journal article - articolo]. In Acta Jurídica Peruana. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10446/272009

Inteligencia artificial y derecho privado = Artificial intelligence and private law

Nocera, Ivan Libero
2024-01-01

Abstract

The disruptive emergence of artificial intelligence in multiple aspects of daily life has raised the need to carefully analyze how systems based on such technologies can affect, more or less directly, the mechanisms for the protection of fundamental human rights. In this context, Law, which has always been the instrument through which man regulates life, and in particular private Law, is called to regulate the emerging technologies that characterize contemporary existence, in order to protect rights and balance different and sometimes conflicting interests in the digital scene, healing conflicts. This research will focus, after having examined the regulatory position of the European Union regarding the regulation of Artificial Intelligence systems, on the relationship between Artificial Intelligence and four classic categories of private law: the subject, the good, the contract, civil liability
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2024
La irrupción disruptiva de la inteligencia artificial en múltiples aspectos de la vida cotidiana ha suscitado la necesidad de analizar detenidamente cómo los sistemas basados en tales tecnologías pueden afectar, de forma más o menos directa, a los mecanismos de protección de los derechos fundamentales de la persona. En este contexto, el Derecho, que siempre ha sido el instrumento mediante el cual el hombre regula la vida, y en particular el Derecho privado, está llamado a regular las tecnologías emergentes que caracterizan la existencia contemporánea, con el fin de proteger los derechos y equilibrar intereses diferentes y a veces contrapuestos en la escena digital, sanando los conflictos. Esta investigación se centrará, en después de haber examinado la posición regulatoria de la Unión Europea respecto a la regulación de los sistemas de Inteligencia Artificial, sobre la relación entre la Inteligencia Artificial y cuatro categorías clásicas del derecho privado: el sujeto, el bien, el contrato, la responsabilidad civil
Nocera, Ivan Libero
(2024). Inteligencia artificial y derecho privado = Artificial intelligence and private law [journal article - articolo]. In Acta Jurídica Peruana. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10446/272009
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