Valérie M. Saintot, F. Lulić, pp 133-155
Valérie M. Saintot, Gabriele Di Matteo, pp 195-214
In my short contributions I explain the concept of Return on Efforts when using Legal Design and also how relevant it is for the public sector practitioners.
AI and the Legal Profession
Transforming the Future of Law explores the profound impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the legal industry and the transformative possibilities it offers. As AI technologies advance at an unprecedented pace, the book delves into how they are reshaping the practice of law, challenging traditional models, and unlocking new opportunities for legal professionals.
This book serves as a basis to guide for legal professionals, technologists, and policymakers, and equips readers with the knowledge and insights needed to navigate the rapidly evolving landscape, embrace AI's potential, and harness its power to shape the future of law.
Data visualisation: developing capabilities to make decisions and communicate, Chapter 8
Data Science in Economics and Finance is a key resource for any financial-market participant, policy-maker, central banker, economist or decision-maker required to understand the impact and opportunities presented by the transformation of digitalization and Fintech.
Humanization and the Law
MOBILISING THE POWER OF WHAT COULD GO RIGHT
How can we humbly realise that when we point one accusatory finger to AI weaknesses, we point three accusatory fingers to our own limitations? Being born in the category called ‘human being’ and being member of an evolutionary species may not be enough to live up to our full human potential.
How can we really be serious about the challenges at hand if we are not honing the extraordinary human potential we could access? The old philosophical debate on the impact of nature (innate skills) and culture (acquired skills) on people and society has never been as vivid as in the 21st Century.
Mindfulness and data privacy: less cookies more pauses
Rarely a minute goes by without us checking our phones, tablets, laptops, looking something up on the internet, or use a smart object to presumably make our lives easier. What happens to all the data collected beyond our awareness and understanding? What can we do about it?
The virtue of silence
in team meetings
Co-authored with Dr. Miikka Lehtonen
Blind peer reviewed - Journal of Management Inquiry
Silence in organization studies has been predominantly understood as negative. Recent examples have highlighted silence as a positive element in learning and organising. We contribute to prior literature on positive silence.
Legislative data visualisation: ECB legal acts in EUR-lex
ESCB Legal conference 2020
Words are the favourite medium of expression for lawyers. Advances in digital technologies and the development of natural language processing and other text mining technologies have extended the application of data science and artificial intelligence to the legal world.
The big why
of legal design
ESCB Legal conference 2022
Co-authored with Filip Lulic
This article examines the way legal design can help bridge the gap between the law (and legislators or regulatory institutions) and its addressees (members of the broader society and market participants) in the Information Age and highlight the risks of failing to do so.