Assistant Professor of International Law, Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies, Leiden University.
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Ginevra Le Moli is Assistant Professor of International Law at Leiden University, and Fellow at C-EENRG, University of Cambridge.
Joachim-Nicolas Herrera, Hugo Pascal, Vasile Rotaru, Alex Edmans, Dan W. Puchniak, Rebecca N Henderson, Anna Christie, Saura Masconale, Simone M. Sepe, Anne-Laure Kiechel, Julien Marcilly, Théo Maret, Peter John Oliver, Andrej Leontiev, Radovan Pala, Aija Lejniece, Tsilly Dagan, Kevin E. Davis, Mariana Pargendler, Emmanuelle Barbara, Pavlina R. Tcherneva, Flavia Souza Maximo Pereira, Ginevra Le Moli, Pierre-Henri Conac, Daniel C. Esty, Wolf-Georg Ringe, Judith Rochfeld, Jeffrey D. Sachs, Lisa E. Sachs, Simon Sharpe, Hanoch Dagan, Jean-Philippe Robé, Philippe Aghion, Olivier Blanchard, Hélène Rey, Joseph E. Stiglitz, Jean Tirole, Maarten Verwey, Jacques Attali, Alain Minc
Ginevra Le Moli
AI vs Human Dignity: When Human Underperformance is Legally Required
1. Introduction When mathematics Professor John McCarthy and his colleagues introduced the term ‘Artificial Intelligence’ (AI) in 1956, the AI problem was defined as ‘making a machine behave in such a way that would be called intelligent if a human were so behaving’. This definition considered human intelligence as the measure of and standard for … Continuedlire l'article