Activities & Initiatives


We work with our clients to assess the level of AI compliance with regulation and identify the required remediation.

We support our customers in the implementation of advanced technology solutions which can track, verify, and assess their AI compliance.

We offer highly specific and customized learning sessions on different AI modules to the top management in order to increase the overall understanding of AI solutions.

We partner with the most innovative insurance providers to mitigate the level of exposure of our clients to AI Risk.


The initiative provides an interdisciplinary approach to assessing the impact of the EU Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA), drawing on the expertise of its network from academia and industry. The initiative strives to provide policy makers advise on the upcoming implementation phase of the AI Act (AIA), which lacks a discernible methodology for evaluating AI risks in practical contexts.

The initiative analyses the transformation of digital discourse , marking a crucial shift from prioritizing intangible elements -software, data, services, experiences and interactions- to focusing on material components (hardware). The initiative intends to follow the evolution of the public discourse that expands the scope of digital ethics to encompass Governance, Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications (GELSI) associated with physical elements such as rare earth minerals, semiconductor manufacturing, and data infrastructure. The material infrastructure (to use an all-encompassing expression) is the substratum necessary for any digital connectivity and interaction.

The initiative is enlisted to tackling the compelling challenges presented by generative artificial intelligence, covering both legal and technical dimensions. The rise of generative AI, particularly through advanced models like ChatGPT and its iterations, signifies a transformative shift in the landscape of artificial intelligence. These cutting-edge models exhibit unprecedented capabilities in manipulating various data formats, thereby expanding their range of applications. However, the complexities of these systems pose several challenges, particularly in terms of predictability and compliance with legal standards.

The initiative, leveraging its network of leading academics and industry leaders in the healthcare insurance sector, is dedicated to addressing the pronounced regulatory gap concerning the oversight of artificial intelligence tools within the health insurance sector. While the integration of AI software as medical devices (SaMD) into clinical practice has garnered considerable attention, the inadequate supervision of AI tools employed by major insurers remains a pressing concern.

The initiative drives collaborative effort to advance regulatory design principles. In this field, the initiative support organizations in implementing AI remedial actions based on assessment results, requiring the design of policies, procedures, and frameworks. In the burgeoning field of Regulation by Design (RBD), a comprehensive exploration of fundamental aspects, practices, limitations, and governance ramifications is paramount.

Through its collaboration with international media outlets, the initiative is devoted to sharing a balanced and informative narrative about the evolution of AI and its historical challenges. Describing AI’s historical cycles as seasons presents inherent risks. In winter, the disillusionment stemming from unmet expectations may result in a waning of interest towards these systems. In summer, nevertheless, exaggerated expectations could turn into mass excitement, preventing a proper framing of the issue. These cycles, instead, underscore the need for a balanced perspective on AI’s potential and limitations, also in order to avoid to impacting investments adversely.