(KU Leuven Centre for IT and IP Law)
A brief introduction on how AI tools can be used by law enforcement agencies, for then delving into the applicable legal framework, the concept of predictive policing, the related benefits and concerns and, finally, some case studies.
Donatella Casaburo is a legal researcher at the KU Leuven Centre for IT and IP Law (CiTiP). She is the main contact for the H2020 project ALIGNER [Artificial Intelligence Roadmap for Policing and Law Enforcement] and part of the team working on the cybersecurity project ENSURESEC. Donatella holds a cum laude Master's degree in Law from the University of Trieste, where she wrote her thesis on the relationship between the UN and the EU counter-terrorism measures and the right to privacy. She is currently finalizing an Advanced LL.M. in IP/IT Law at KU Leuven, with a thesis in the field of privacy engineering. Prior to joining CiTiP, Donatella worked as Advocacy Officer and Policy Analyst for a law firm specialized in government affairs.
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