Institute of Law and Technology (IDT)

The Institute of Law and Technology (IDT) was established in 2005 as a UAB Research Centre within the Department of Political Science and Public Law. At present, the areas of research include law and artificial intelligence, legal culture and judicial studies, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and online dispute resolution (ODR), legal ontologies, semantic web, data protection, security, electronic institutions and mobile applications, rights management through REL (Right Expression Language), ethics and regulations for the Web of Data and Internet of Things. Furthermore, the IDT contributes significantly to the organization of conferences, symposium and specialized workshops, and the dissemination of the project findings and results through scientific publications in the main law and technology conferences and workshops.

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2022-05-13
14:26
2 p, 588.0 KB Projecte europeu capdavanter en "zero-defect manufacturing" / Macias, Mario (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Institut de Dret i Tecnologia)
El projecte OPTIMAI, finançat per la UE, introdueix nous models d'intel·ligència artificial (IA) per millorar la qualitat en la producció industrial amb un enfocament pioner vers el zero-defect manufacturing a través dels seus innovadors instruments basats en IA. [...]
El proyecto OPTIMAI, financiado por la UE, introduce nuevos modelos de inteligencia artificial (IA) para mejorar la calidad en la producción industrial con un enfoque pionero en el zero-defect manufacturing a través de sus instrumentos basados en IA. [...]
EU funded project OPTIMAI introduces new Artificial Intelligence (AI) methods for improved quality in manufacturing with an intelligent approach to zero-defect manufacturing through its breakthrough AI powered toolkit. [...]

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2022-02-22
10:59
9 p, 398.8 KB Medieval legal realism / Casanovas, Pompeu (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Institut de Dret i Tecnologia)
This is a Research Note about the ongoing Project on the semantics of pact-modelling or pactism (pactisme) in Catalan ancient law. Pactism is the name of the legal doctrine that grounds the validity of legal provisions upon a pact-based model. [...]
2020 - 10.2478/jocih-2019-0011
Journal of Catalan Intellectual History, Vol. 12 (Desembre 2020) , p. 126-134  
2022-02-22
10:53
8 p, 459.2 KB Alexandre Gali ans the history of institutions and the cultural movement incatalonia / Monserrat, Josep (Universitat de Barcelona)
In the historiography of Catalan culture, both the external continuity of the historiographical reflection and the internal discontinuity of such "reflections" are surprising. The History of institutions and the cultural movement in Catalonia (1900-1936) by Alexandre Galí is perhaps a good example of this.
2020 - 10.2478/jocih-2019-0010
Journal of Catalan Intellectual History, Vol. 12 (Desembre 2020) , p. 118-125  
2022-02-22
10:49
3 p, 404.9 KB Review / Macías, Mario (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Institut de Dret i Tecnologia)
2020 - 10.2478/jocih-2019-0009
Journal of Catalan Intellectual History, Vol. 12 (Desembre 2020) , p. 115-117  
2022-02-22
10:45
3 p, 229.2 KB Joan Cuscó. Subjetivitat i creativitat. Temps, memòria i creació. Barcelona: Publicia, 2018 / Torres, Bernat (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya)
2020 - 10.2478/jocih-2019-0008
Journal of Catalan Intellectual History, Vol. 12 (Desembre 2020) , p. 112-114  
2022-02-22
10:40
3 p, 466.6 KB Review / Cuscó i Clarasó, Joan 1971- (Universitat de Barcelona)
2020 - 10.2478/jocih-2019-0007
Journal of Catalan Intellectual History, Vol. 12 (Desembre 2020) , p. 109-111  
2022-02-22
10:35
12 p, 808.1 KB Mapping Shari'Ah normative reasoning concepts / Hashmi, Mustafa (La Trobe University)
Within the context of a larger project, in this paper, we discuss one-to-one mapping of the Shari'ah normative concepts of wajib, haram, Sunnah, etc. , with conventional normative concepts of obliga tion, prohibition, and permission. [...]
2020 - 10.2478/jocih-2019-0006
Journal of Catalan Intellectual History, Vol. 12 (Desembre 2020) , p. 97-108  
2022-02-22
09:40
33 p, 1.5 MB Shevirat Ha-Kelim : Jewish mysticism and the catalan matrix for dialogue and conflict / Macías, Mario (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Institut de Dret i Tecnologia) ; Casanovas, Pompeu (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Institut de Dret i Tecnologia) ; Zeleznikow, John (La Trobe University)
Late Medieval anti-Jewish violence is a well-known phenomenon, but its origins and especially its in stitutionalization are still blurred and enigmatic. In 13th and 14th c. Catalonia, the denouement of the increasing popular hostility against the Jewry was particularly dramatic. [...]
2020 - 10.2478/jocih-2019-0005
Journal of Catalan Intellectual History, Vol. 12 (Desembre 2020) , p. 64-96  
2022-02-22
09:30
18 p, 1000.0 KB Responding to violence : The Haskamot of Barcelona and the jewish political tradition / Macías, Mario (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Institut de Dret i Tecnologia)
The aim of this article is to present the Haskamot of Barcelona of 1354 in their political and legal con text. These agreements were a response to the difficult situation faced by the Jews of the Crown of Aragon in the 14th c. [...]
2020 - 10.2478/jocih-2019-0004
Journal of Catalan Intellectual History, Vol. 12 (Desembre 2020) , p. 46-63  
2022-02-22
09:23
21 p, 729.9 KB Vive's views on law : Key notions in the aedes legum / Tello, Joan (Universitat de Barcelona)
Renaissance humanist Joan Lluís Vives explained his views on Law, its origin, its elements, and its corruption mainly in the De disciplinis (1531). However, he had already outlined some relevant key notions in early works such as the Praefatio in Leges Ciceronis (1514) and, especially, the Aedes legum (1519). [...]
2020 - 10.2478/jocih-2019-0003
Journal of Catalan Intellectual History, Vol. 12 (Desembre 2020) , p. 25-45