Jose-Maria Guerra Marroquín

Thesis title: Self-improving ArtificiaI Intelligence: from legal theory to insurance solutions

Background

Jose-Maria research focuses on insurance solutions for robotics, industrial machinery and AI regulation. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from Universitat Pompeu Fabra and a Master of Laws degree (LLM) with Business Administration Certificate from IE Business and Law School and is a Modern Law Review scholar.

Parallely to his research he founded and led operations of Inrobin Ltd. an Edinburgh-based startup offering a predictive maintenance and insurance platform for industrial machinery. This last project was awarded an Innovate UK and SMART: Scotland grant to develop Machine Learning capabilities along with the University of Starthclyde's Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) and has established collaborations with MAPFRE, Zurich Insurance and Panasonic.

He also worked for Clifford Chance, Zurich Insurance, Catalana Occidente and GuerraMercadal with a focus on insurance and technology.  

Postgraduate teaching

Pepe has been Support Tutor for the courses Law of Robotics and Forensic Computing of the LLM in Information Technology Law (online) at the University of Edinburgh 

Research summary

Intellectual Property, Technology Law, Property Law, Robolaw, AI Ethics

 

Guerra, J. “European Robots: An Umbrella Under the Rain”, Revue des Juristes de Sciences Po, N. 10, Hiver 2015, pp. 108-123

Letai, P., Guerra, J., “Cyber Law in Spain”, Wolters Kluwer International, In press, 2019

Guerra, J., Herrera, A. Sancho, L. “An international perspective on LAEI: Following Trends”, Working Paper IE Law School, AJ8-221-I, Cátedra José María Cervelló, 20-3-2015