For a Human-Centered AI

Erica Ravarelli

Master’s degree student in corporate communication, data analysis branch. I am an editor of Vulcano Statale, the student newspaper of the University of Milan.


Author's articles

  • January 24, 2023
    New allies in the fight against mafia organizations. Analytical methods and machine learning in support of justice.
    Many milestones have been achieved in the field of anti-mafia legislation, from the Rognoni-La Torre Act (1982), which punishes mafia-structured organized crime by defining its peculiarities and differences from ordinary criminal association, up to Act 109/96, which mandates the public and social reuse of property confiscated from mafias. And, in addition to these, the establishment of specialized bodies such as the National Anti-Mafia and Anti-Terrorism Directorate (DNAA) and the UN Palermo Convention (2000), the world's first legislative instrument against transnational organized crime. More recent, though, is the development of some less traditional tools that aim to apply analytical methods and machine learning techniques to the investigation phase.