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In conjunction with the National PhD in Artificial Intelligence for Society, Irina joined the LIDER-Lab at Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies in 2022, researching on accountability frameworks for the development of trustworthy AI systems. 

Her research interests include AI governance from a comparative perspective, product liability for AI-embedded products, algorithmic accountability, and the impact of Generative AI on fundamental rights. She also coordinates the Predictive Justice project, supervising the annotation process of legal data and developing solutions based on generative Large Language Models for the legal domain. 

Irina is licensed to practice law in Italy and is fluent in five languages.


Carnat I., 'Human, all too human: accounting for automation bias in generative Large Language Models', accepted at the ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (ACM FAccT 2024), in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 3-6 June 2024 (forthcoming).

Carnat I. 'L'autonomia del danno morale: una cura con il contagocce' (2024), nota a sentenza Cass. civ. sez. III, 28 novembre 2022, n. 34927, in Danno e Responsabilità 1/2024.

Carnat I., 'Ethics Lost in Translation: Trustworthy AI from Governance to Regulation' (2023) in Opinio Juris in Comparatione 4/2023. 

Carnat I., 'Il compromesso di ChatGPT per il contenzioso civile: dall'affidabilità alla responsabilità' (2023) in Rivista Italiana di Medicina Legale 2/2023. 

Carnat I, ‘The Notion of Defectiveness Applied to Autonomous Vehicles: The Need for New Liability Bases for Artificial Intelligence’ (2020) in Trento Student Law Review Vol.2 No.2.