All Eyes on AI
Australian Government Launches Australia's First AI Action Plan
Contracts between computer programs
Artificial Intelligence, a Question of Liability?
The Global Legal Impact
A Real Game Changer
Novel Facial Recognition Settlement
Recommends 7 principles for businesses to adopt to avoid being caught out.
UK AI body publishes recommendations for post-Brexit national AI strategy
The advent of deepfake technology and related legal issues
– new guidance from the UK ICO and Turing Institute
Healthcare to be classified as "high-risk" sector
New legal developments affecting consumer IoT in the UK.
Could an AI be deemed as an author or creator under IP law?
Businesses have to assess whether or not they are sufficiently protected against liability risks.
Paving the way for digitisation?
on Smart Legal Contracts. We also sponsoring an Essay Prize of £500
Article 8-ter of Law no. 12/2019 provides the first legal definitions
Dutch Central Bank publishes guidance
The problem of algorithmic bias
AI objectivity is only skin (or rather algorithm) deep and AI is currently far more human than we might think
Questions from the General Assembly of the EU AI Alliance – June 2019
Does new deployment of technology mean new regulatory needs?
Evolving market misconduct risks
....and what steps can be taken to avoid getting burnt
The ethics and governance of artificial intelligence
"Mark my word: a combination airplane and motorcar is coming. You may smile, but it will come." - Henry Ford, 1940
Supporting industry-led specification and open source technology and for smart legal contracts
A US perspective on smart contract regulation
Proactive government support, huge data sets, a fast-growing pool of talent and increasing investment.
Paul Greenwood discusses artificial vs. augmented intelligence
Code v Contract: blockchain technology and legal implications of smart contracts from a Turkish Law perspective
Risks and advantages in Italian business transactions
The coming into force of the new E-Signatures Regulation