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Deim Seminar


Body and mind integrity: exploring the legal concepts behind neuroprivacy in smart healthcare scenar


Gianluigi M. Riva

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Agust Solanas


Bocconi University


27-10-2023 11:00


Summary: This presentation will draw from a diverse range of perspective, to foster a comprehensive understanding of these complex and interrelated scenarios. Through critical analysis and thought-provoking discussions, I aim to shed light on the evolving landscape of human rights in the context of technological advancement, with a particular focus on the delicate balance between human enhancement and the safeguarding of fundamental rights, and the implications these paradigms could have in the design/programming of technology. My interdisciplinary approach underscores the pressing need for interdisciplinary collaborative efforts and robust frameworks to address the ethical, legal, and societal implications of this transformative convergence, ensuring that the benefits of these technologies are realised without compromising the core principles and very essence of human dignity and autonomy Bio: Gianluigi M. Riva is a postdoctoral research fellow at Bocconi University, Law School, where he is P.I. for the PRIME LIBERTIES project and research fellow of the Institute for European Policymaking (IEP). He is a qualified Attorney at law at the Italian Bar, holding a Marie Curie PhD in Privacy, Ethics and New Technologies from University College Dublin, where he is research affiliate. He has been a Fulbright-Shuman visiting scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of technology (MIT) Media Lab, where he is Connection Science fellow, and he is also non-residential fellow at the Information Society Law Center of the University of Milan. He is member of the management committee of several European COST Actions, of the AssoDPOs Scientific Committee on Artificial Intelligence, and among the European data Protection Board (EDPB) Support Pool of legal experts in information security and new technologies. He serves as Chairperson of two Ethics Committees. Prior to joining academia, he worked as military police officer in confidential services, commercial manager for industry, business developer, litigation Attorney and data protection consultant.