The ERC Advanced Grant proposal 'Computable Law', or CompuLaw, coordinated by Prof. Giovanni Sartor, was selected for funding by the European Research Council in the 2019. Motivation for CompuLaw lies in the need for the law to govern intelligent computational entities, and the human-artificial social ecology in which they participate. These entities are so many, so fast, and so ubiquitous that it is impossible for humans to monitor them and anticipate illegal behaviour. The solution envisaged by Compulaw is to make law computation-oriented. That is, to integrate, map and partially translate legal and ethical requirements into computable representations of legal knowledge and reasoning. The European University Institute (EUI) and the University of Bologna provide the main expertise for the five-year multi-disciplinary project.

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