The aim of the workshop was basically informative and concerned the fields of application of artificial intelligence mainly in natural language processing (data mining, etc.), as well as the ethical dilemmas arising from the use of "smart" algorithms. During the presentation, emphasis were placed on the developments that have taken place in recent years in the field of artificial intelligence in terms of natural language processing and production. In particular, the lecture will attempt to answer questions such as: What is the reason for the leaps and bounds observed in recent years in artificial intelligence? How big data contributed to this progress What are "smart" algorithms and how do they "learn" from big data Applications in natural language processing (sentiment analysis, opinion mining, computer text generation, etc.) What ethical dilemmas/risks arise from using these algorithms.