The event, organized by the ASviS Working Group on Goal 16, FUTURAnetwork and the Courtyard of the Gentiles, in collaboration with the Interdepartmental Center for Ethics and Integrity in Research, will be divided into two round tables dedicated to future scenarios and the responsible relationship between people and artificial intelligence with a view to sustainable development

The greatest challenge of regulating AI applications from an ethical-legal point of view is to balance the strong technical-utilitarian acceleration that the new paradigm is impressing on an economic and social level with the need to guarantee the capacity for progress of the human being and the construction of a sustainable future.

In all fields of application, society can find in the new technological frontier a support for its subsistence and material development understood as efficient satisfaction of needs. However, this border cannot be interpreted as overcoming the relationships and decisions that must remain firmly in the hands of the human being, in order to guarantee a path of fair, inclusive and sustainable development, capable of protecting fundamental rights and democratic values.