Antonino Rotolo is professor of philosophy of law at the University of Bologna. He is an international expert in legal theory, law and logic, and artificial intelligence and law. In these areas he has widely published in international journals, chaired conferences and workshops, and carried out research projects at the international, European, and national levels. Antonino Rotolo has been visiting scholar at King’s College London, at CSIRO (Australia), at the University of Queensland (Australia), and at Queensland University of Technology (Australia). His institutional leadership extends to multiple initiatives, including his past role of Vice Rector for Research at the University of Bologna (2015-2021), and his present roles of Deputy Head of the Alma Mater Research Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, member of the Ethics and Data Governance Board and co-leader of the Research Group on Societal Implications and Impact at Italian National Centre for HPC, Big Data and Quantum Computing, member of the Board of Directors of the Italian Cluster TICHE (Technological Innovation in Cultural HEritage).