Internet of Bodies: corpo, tecnica e identità

The article explores the legal perspectives of the human/machine/network/artificial intelligence interconnection in the so-called Internet of Bodies (IOB), i.e. in the internet system which, in addition to connecting objects (IOT), does connects, in various ways, to the human body for purposes ranging from entertainment,to medical therapy to Human Enhancement. The evolution of technological network narrative generates a “new anthropology” and leads to redefining paradigms and definitions such as identity, body, subjectivity legal. The challenge for the jurist and the legislator is to “predict the unpredictable” and bringing “the factory of law” into a position to be able to anticipate rather than accompanying evolution, as has happened up to now technique, in which legal and normative categories often derive from previous technical, ethical or philosophical categories.