On September 27th and 28th, the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna is hosting the final International Conference of the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Module “Europe Regulates Robotics”, within the second edition of the successful International Robotics Festival, which was prized with a Medal by the President of the Italian Republic last year.

The Conference also constitutes the firs event of the newly established Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on the regulaton of Robotics in Europe “EURA”, which will officially start its activities from October 2018.

The Conference brings together thirty among the most notable international experts from various fields (such as law, ethics and engineering) as well as policy-makers and representatives from the industry, to discuss about the European Approach to AI and advanced robotics as it emerges from extant legislation, academic, and policy debates, and draw some conclusions on future challenges and perspectives.

Since 2015, “Europe Regulates Robotics” module has been providing a multidisciplinary approach on the regulation of AI and robotics, via several international events, among which three editions of “The Regulation of Robotics in Europe” summer school.

Feel free to learn more about Europe Regulates Robotics, the full programme of the Conference and the detailed list of speakers in the flyer!