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Antonazzi, M., & Iarrapino R. (2020).  Scienza del Negoziato e Intelligenza Artificiale. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 2(2), 125-144.PDF icon JELT-02-02-06.pdf (160.29 KB)
Anzalone, A. (2019).  ¿Robotización judicial? Breves reflexiones críticas. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 1(1), 95-114.PDF icon jelt-01-01-06.pdf (145.93 KB)
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Cammozzo, A. (2021).  Topologies of the ICT-built space: an ecological taxonomy of space for social machines. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 3(2), 35-53.PDF icon JELT-2021-2-03.pdf (121.91 KB)
Cherubini, M., & Romano F. (2022).  Legiferare con l’Intelligenza Artificiale. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 4(1), 41-64.PDF icon JELT 2022-1-04.pdf (146.36 KB)
Crafa, S. (2019).  Artificial Intelligence and Human Dialogue. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 1(1), 44-56.PDF icon jelt-01-01-03.pdf (120.79 KB)
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Gábriš, T., & Hamuľák O. (2022).  Editorial. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 4(1), 1-2.PDF icon JELT 2022-1-01.pdf (30.27 KB)
Gábriš, T. (2019).  Systematic versus Casuistic Approach to Law: On the Benefits of Legal Casuistry. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 1(1), 57-76.PDF icon jelt-01-01-04.pdf (143.36 KB)
Gellert, R. (2021).  The role of the risk-based approach in the General data protection Regulation and in the European Commission’s proposed Artificial Intelligence Act: Business as usual?. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 3(2), 15-33.PDF icon JELT-2021-2-02.pdf (118.59 KB)
Gladwin-Geoghegan, R., & Thompson C. (2021).  ‘Responding to the Pandemic: Technological and Ethical Implications of Covid-19 on Legal Education’. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 3(1), 1-4.PDF icon JELT-2021-1-1.pdf (56.94 KB)
Gladwin-Geoghegan, R., & Thompson C. (2021).  Legacy of Lockdown: Exploring the Opportunities for Development in Legal Education as a Consequence of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 3(1), 5-26.PDF icon JELT-2021-1-2.pdf (149.12 KB)
Gobbato, S. (2020).  Open Science and the reuse of publicly funded research data in the new Directive (EU) 2019/1024. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 2(2), 145-161.PDF icon JELT-02-02-07.pdf (145.79 KB)
Gorgoni, G. (2020).  Stay Human. The quest for Responsibility in the Algorithmic Society. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 2(1), 31-47.PDF icon JELT-02-01-02.pdf (120.75 KB)
Gorgoni, G. (2021).  Special Section introduction: Identity and Citizenship in the Algorithmic Society. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 3(2), 1-13.PDF icon JELT-2021-2-01.pdf (93.56 KB)
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Irabor, B P., & Monday O I. (2021).  A Heideggerian Reflection on the Psycho-Moral Consequences of Cyber-Bullying. Journal of Ethics and Legal Technologies. 3(2), 139-150.PDF icon JELT-2021-2-07.pdf (99.69 KB)

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