Aleš Završnik is a Professor at the Faculty of Law University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) and a director of the Institute of Criminology at the same faculty. His research interest lay at the intersection of law, crime, technology, artificial intelligence and fundamental rights. Završnik collaborated with the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice on preparation of the “Ethical Charter on the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Judicial Systems” (2018) and is a member of the WG of Experts on Artificial Intelligence and Criminal Law (CDPC, Council of Europe). He is an independent Ethics Expert with the European Research Council (ERC). He wrote several articles on cybercrime, algorithmic justice and leads a research project “Automated Justice: Social, Ethical and Legal Implications” (Slovenian Research Agency, no. J5-9347) and “Human Rights and Regulation of Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence” (Slovenian Research Agency and several Ministries, no. V5-1930).