The project is divided into two modules that provide the basis for a critical approach based on risk analysis and the study of the uniform legal framework proposed by the EU. It is divided into “Teaching and Research”with the aim of:
  • promote excellence in teaching and research in the field of EU studies worldwide;
  • promote dialogue between academia and society, including local and state policy makers, public officials, and societal stakeholders civil, representatives of different levels of education and the media;
  • generate knowledge and insights to support EU decision-making and strengthen the EU’s role in Europe and the globalized world;
  • reach a wider audience and spread knowledge of the EU throughout society (beyond the academic world and the specialized public), bringing the ‘EU to the public.
Both modules are designed to:
    • foster a multidisciplinary approach aimed at understanding the strong interdependencies and ethical and social implications linked to AI developments;
    • improving critical thinking skills as fundamental tools of active European citizenship;
    • highlight the critical issues related to the issues of security, privacy and transparency according to European policies.

The project is intended as a stimulating learning environment. With this in mind, the face-to-face lessons will take place in three ways:

  • frontal lessons in which the teacher will illustrate the topics of the course;
  • peer learning in the form of workshops and laboratories in which students will be able to actively interact with the course contents;
  • flipped classroom through which students will learn to present their analysis of different types of sources, based on the notions and tools of the course; or legitimate AI

  • Scroll to Top