JM Module – PLATFORMLAW
Platform & Data Economy European Legal Framework: platform, data-driven business models, AI and contract automation
Project number: 101047814
Project Coordinator: Silvia Martinelli
Team: Silvia Martinelli, Cristina Poncibò, Carlo Rossi Chauvenet, Pierluigi Perri, Massimo Durante
Seminar 1 – Digital Single Market & Contract Automation European Legal Framework (JM PLATFORMLAW) – 20h
Seminar 2 - Platform & AI European Legal Framework (JM PLATFORMLAW) 20h
Seminar 3 – Data Economy & AI European Legal Framework (JM PLATFORMLAW) 20h
The project focuses on platform & data economy legal issue, innovative field attentioned by the European Institutions for the creation of a trustworthy digital economy, with a holistic and integrated approach.
It integrates contract law and comparative law (Cristina Poncibò), legal informatics & data protection (Pierluigi Perri), philosophy of law and technology (Massimo Durante), legal tech and start-up clinic learning (Carlo Rossi Chauvenet) to analyse platform from different perspectives. This approach will help to deeply understand platform challenges and it will stimulate student’s ability to correlate different knowledge and creativity.
The pedagogical methodology of the courses offered by this project includes a combination of high-level theoretical lessons, learner-centered training sessions, pre-reading assignments, self-reflections, group assignments and brainstorming sessions. Furthermore, lectures will actively involve participants in debates between professors and students on the materials uploaded by staff members, beyond the merely “frontal teaching”, and stimulating a dynamic approach to the topics. Furthermore, the learning by doing approach will stimulate participants to critically study the topics offered.
The training course in Platform & Data Economy European Legal Framework: platform, data-driven business models, AI and contract automation - PLATFORMLAW is focused on the analysis of EU law in relation to data and information treatment through a holistic integrated approach, which allows students to comprehend the importance of changes in EU norms on citizens, consumer/customers, business operators and society.
For the current academic year (2021-2022), the course is developed in the form of three seminars, which are going to be held in the second semester, while for the following years (2022-2023; 2023-2024) the course is going to be reformed, becoming a unique 6 ECTS course.
The three seminars are going to focus on:
- Seminar 1 – Digital Single Market & Contract Automation European Legal Framework (PLATFORMLAW) – 20h
- Seminar 2 - Platform & AI European Legal Framework (PLATFORMLAW) 20h
- Seminar 3 – Data Economy & AI European Legal Framework (PLATFORMLAW) 20h
The seminars will be held every Thursday, starting from March the 10th to June the 23rd.
The classes will be from 14.00 to 18.00 each day.
All the three seminars will be held at Aula Rosa, Campus Luigi Einaudi, Corso Regina Margherita, 60, 10153 Torino (TO).
The seminars will be organized according to the following structure, combining both lecture and class with a proactive students’ participation. It is import to stress that, to make the seminars asmuch interactive as possible, students will be asked to read, before class, some literature. All the materials are free, and a link will be given. Please, carefully read the table.