Giovanni Sartor is professor in Legal Informatics at the University of Bologna,  professor in Legal informatics and Legal Theory at the European University Institute of Florence, visiting professor of Artificial Intelligence and Law at the University of Surrey.  He coordinates the CIRSFID -AI for  Law and Governance unit at the Alma-AI research center of the University of Bologna.  He holds the ERC-advanced grant (2018) for the project Compulaw (2019 – 2025).

He obtained a PhD at the European University Institute (Florence), was a researcher at the Italian National Council of Research (ITTIG, Florence), held the chair in Jurisprudence at Queen’s University of Belfast, and was Marie-Curie professor at the European University of Florence. He has been President of the International Association for Artificial Intelligence and Law. He is co-director of Summer Schools on “Artificial Intelligence and Law” e on “Law and Logic”.
He has published widely in legal philosophy, computational logic, and computer law, AI & law. He is co-director of the Artificial Intelligence and Law Journal and co-editor of the Ratio Juris Journal. His research interests include legal theory, early modern legal philosophy, logic, argumentation theory, modal and deontic logics, logic programming, multiagent systems, computer and Internet law, data protection, e-commerce, law and technology.


Giovanni Sartor è professore ordinario di informatica giuridica presso l’Università di Bologna e professore di informatica giuridica e teoria del diritto presso l’Istituto Universitario Europeo di Firenze. Dopo aver ottenuto il dottorato in Scienze giuridiche presso l’Istituto universitario europeo di Firenze, è stato ricercatore al CNR (ITTIG, Firenze), titolare della cattedra in Jurisprudence presso la Queen’s University di Belfast, professore Marie-Curie presso l’Istituto Universitario Europeo di Firenze. E’ visiting professor di “Artificial Intelligence and Law” presso l’Università del Surray. Dirige una  Summer school  su “Artificial Intelligence and Law” e una  summer school su “Law and Logic”. E’ stato presidente della International Association for Artificial Intelligence and Law. E’ co-direttore della rivista Artificial Intelligence and Law e co-editor di Ratio Juris. Ha ricevuto un ERC-advanced grant (2018) for il projgetto Compulaw, al quale lavorerà dal 2019 fino al 2025. E’ membro dell’ERC Research Council.

I suoi interessi scientifici comprendono teoria del diritto, logica, teoria dell’argomentazione, intelligenza artificiale, a logica deontica e modale, programmazione logica, sistemi multiagente, diritto dell’informatica, protezione dei dati, commercio elettronico, diritto e tecnologia. Ha partecipato a numerosi progetti di ricerca su temi di informatica giuridica, spesso quale coordinatore.

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