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Giovanni Sartor

Full Professor

Department of Legal Studies

Academic discipline: IUS/20 Philosophy of Law

Publications

Mateusz Grochowski; Agnieszka Jabłonowska; Francesca Lagioia; Giovanni Sartor, Algorithmic Price Discrimination and Consumer Protection, «TECHNOLOGY AND REGULATION», 2022, 2022, pp. 36 - 47 [Scientific article]Open Access

Pisano G.; Calegari R.; Prakken H.; Sartor G., Arguing about the existence of conflicts, in: Computational Models of Argument, IOS Press, 2022, 353, pp. 284 - 295 (atti di: Computational Models of Argument (COMMA), Cardiff, UK, Settembre 2022) [Contribution to conference proceedings]Open Access

Roberta Calegari, Giuseppe Pisano, Andrea Omicini, Giovanni Sartor, Arg2P: An argumentation framework for explainable intelligent systems, «JOURNAL OF LOGIC AND COMPUTATION», 2022, 32, pp. 369 - 401 [Scientific article]Open Access

Artosi, Alberto; Sartor, Giovanni;, Betting and Presuming: From God’s Existence to Morality and Law, «PHILOSOPHICAL INQUIRIES», 2022, 10, pp. 219 - 238 [Scientific article]Open Access

Giuseppe Pisano, Roberta Calegari, Andrea Omicini, Giovanni Sartor, Burden of Persuasion in Meta-argumentation, in: AIxIA 2021 – Advances in Artificial Intelligenc, Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH, 2022, 13196, pp. 104 - 119 (atti di: 20th International Conference of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence, AIxIA 2021, Milan, Italy, 2021) [Contribution to conference proceedings]Open Access

Sezen Perçin, Andrea Galassi, Francesca Lagioia, Federico Ruggeri, Piera Santin, Giovanni Sartor, Paolo Torroni, Combining WordNet and Word Embeddings in Data Augmentation for Legal Texts, in: Proceedings of the Natural Legal Language Processing Workshop 2022, Association for Computational Lingustics, 2022, pp. 47 - 52 (atti di: Natural Legal Language Processing Workshop, Abu Dhabi, UAE, December 8, 2022) [Contribution to conference proceedings]Open Access

Federico Galli, Francesca Lagioia, Giovanni Sartor, Consent to Targeted Advertising, «EUROPEAN BUSINESS LAW REVIEW», 2022, 33, pp. 485 - 512 [Scientific article]Open Access

Sartor, Giovanni, Defeasibility and Burdens of Proof, «RECHTSPHILOSOPHIE», 2022, 8, pp. 152 - 166 [Scientific article]

Grundler Giulia , Santin Piera , Galassi Andrea , Galli Federico , Godano Francesco , Lagioia Francesca , Palmieri Elena , Ruggeri Federico , Sartor Giovanni , Torroni Paolo, Detecting Arguments in CJEU Decisions on Fiscal State Aid, in: Proceedings of the 9th Workshop on Argument Mining, International Conference on Computational Linguistics, 2022, pp. 143 - 157 (atti di: Workshop on Argument Mining, Gyeongju, Republic of Korea, 17/10/22) [Contribution to conference proceedings]Open Access

Giulia Lasagni; Giuseppe Contissa; Michele Caianiello; Giovanni Sartor, Effective Protection of the Rights of the Accused in the EU Directives. A Computable Approach to Criminal Procedure Law, Leiden, Brill, 2022, pp. 332 . [Editorship]

Contissa G.; Sartor G., How the Law Has Become Computable, in: Effective Protection of the Rights of the Accused in the EU Directives: A Computable Approach to Criminal Procedure Law, Leiden, Brill, 2022, pp. 27 - 41 [Chapter or essay]

Loreggia A.; Calegari R.; Lorini E.; Rossi F.; Sartor G., How to model contrary-to-duty with GCP-nets, «INTELLIGENZA ARTIFICIALE», 2022, 16, pp. 185 - 198 [Scientific article]Open Access

Giuseppe Contissa; Giulia Lasagni; Michele Caianiello; Giovanni Sartor, Introduction, in: Effective Protection of the Rights of the Accused in the EU Directives. A Computable Approach to Criminal Procedure Law, Leiden, Brill, 2022, pp. 1 - 5 [Brief introduction]

Santosuosso, Amedeo; Sartor, Giovanni, La giustizia predittiva: una visione realistica, «GIURISPRUDENZA ITALIANA», 2022, 7, pp. 1759 - 1782 [Scientific article]

Silvia Crafa, Cosimo Laneve, Giovanni Sartor, Le forme del falso negli smart contract, in: Marina Caporale, Cristina Demaria, Daniele Donati, Anna Maria Lorusso, Francesco Mazzucchelli, Le forme del falso, Bologna, Bologna University Press, 2022, pp. 85 - 98 [Chapter or essay]Open Access