Fabiana Di Porto (PhD Law Strasbourg-Perugia) MSc Regulation (London School of Economics) is Associate Professor of Economic Law and Technology at the University of Salento (Lecce) and contract Professor of Innovation Law and Regulation at Luiss University (Rome). Head of the PRIN-funded research project on Algorithmic Disclosure Regulation and former Forchheimer Visiting Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, she sits on the executive committee of the Academic Society for Competition Law-Ascola and the Global Pandemic Network. She has been a visiting fellow at the Federman Cybersecurity Research Center of the Hebrew University and the European University Institute.
She has published 5 books, is the author or co-author of over 80 academic articles and book chapters. She has been invited to lecture and present her work at conferences, workshops and seminars on over one hundred occasions in different countries.
In her most recent work, she is experimenting into what AI can bring of good to simplifying law, making public governance and rulemaking future-proof, enhancing social co-existence. For that, she is heading a multi-disciplinary research group composed of data scientists, legal scholars and legal philosophers applying algorithmic methods (NLP and ML) to antitrust, disclosure and digitalization processes (info at www.lawandtechnology.it).
This latest work was published in Stanford Computational Antitrust Journal (2021 open access); Artificial Intelligence and Law (2021 open access); Concurrences (2021); and the Journal of Regulation and Technology (2021 open access).