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      The Criminal Law To Come. Brief Considerations On The Possible Use Of The AI (And Big Data) To Prevent The Risk Of Unintentional Disasters.

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            Abstract

            The paper dwells on the impact of new tecnologies, in particular the artificial intelligence, in a somewhat original perspective that is not related to the theme of predictive justice, but the forthcoming “reflections” on criminal fault. The author draws inspiration from some (more or less) recent cases of unintentional disaster to examine the possible concrete effects of the artificial intelligence on the criminal fault, referring to the “weak” meaning of artificial intelligence. It is desiderable that, in the near future, the use of the artificial intelligence will allow to reduce the incidence of human conduct on the verification of unintentional disasters.

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            4 October 2021
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            [1 ] Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza, Università degli Studi di Foggia, Largo Papa Giovanni Paolo II, 7110, Foggia, Italia
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            10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-.PPLKIOB.v1
            b24727d3-2fc7-477b-9687-c5f9148865fa

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