Marco Almada is a Researcher at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence. His research deals with the role of the technical aspects of artificial intelligence (AI) in legal reasoning, with particular attention to the regulatory frameworks for AI in Brazil and the European Union. He is currently finishing his PhD research on the limits of technology-neutral approaches to AI regulation.

Before joining the EUI, Marco obtained bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Computer Science at the University of Campinas (Brazil). He worked as a data scientist at companies ranging in scale from start-ups to large multinationals. He also completed a bachelor’s degree in Law (University of São Paulo) and worked at NGOs focused on data protection and digital rights.

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