Elettra Stradella

Elettra Stradella
Università di Pisa | UNIPI · Department of Law

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The paper aims at considering, together, two mutually-linked main issues. The first aspect concerns the long path undertaken by the electoral representation topic, not concluded yet, starting from the English Reforms of the 19th century until now. The second aspect concerns a question about the ways the matter of electoral representation affected c...
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This chapter is wide ranging with each author’s section a standalone point considering robots in science fi ction, including in the groundbreaking cinematic Metropolis ; the notion of good robots; the need for good designers to create good robots; the technology inside good robots; and morality in biological robots. Robots and robotic technologies...
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Robotic technologies constructed systems that interact with their environment in a way that displays some level of agency are increasingly intertwined with human life and human bodies. This raises many regulatory questions, since current legal frameworks have few robotics-specific provisions and robotics pose new challenges to legal notions and und...
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In this chapter, the authors analyse the issues connected to emerging neurotechnologies, in particular their effects on (legal) concepts like capacity, liability, testimony, and evidence, and also on fundamental constitutional rights and freedoms like the right to autonomy and the right not to be treated without consent (in the general framework of...
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Robotic technologies?constructed systems that interact with their environment in a way that displays some level of agency?are increasingly intertwined with human life and human bodies. This raises many regulatory questions, since current legal frameworks have few robotics-specific provisions and robotics pose new challenges to legal notions and und...
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In this paper, the author analyses the issues connected to emerging neurotechnologies, in particular their effects on legal concepts like capacity, liability, testimony, and evidence, and also on fundamental constitutional rights and freedoms like the right to autonomy and the right not to be treated without consent in the general framework of the...
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1 In this paper the European flagship project proposal Robot Companion for Citizens (RCC), grounded on the idea of developing robot companions for citizens, is taken as a case scenario for investigating the feasibility of ascribing rights and duties to autonomous robots from a legal and philosophical standpoint. In talking about rights and duties w...
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In this paper I will analyze the relation between the limitations on freedom of speech and the increasingly intense defense of “security” intended as a psychosomatic and material condition of well-being. I will consider, in particular, the evolution of the legal limitations on the freedom of speech, moving from the apparently new dilemma of the pro...

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