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AI in Drug Development: Who’s the inventor?

USA - June 27 2019 AI Technologies are being rapidly implemented into drug development pathways, and large pharmaceutical companies are collaborating with smaller…

AI in the Developing World: a blessing or a curse?

India - May 15 2019 Technological advancements in recent decades have seen developing countries leapfrog stages of growth; by-passing expensive infrastructure investment…

AI in the Courtroom

United Kingdom - May 9 2019 With the Estonian Ministry of Justice (EMOJ) planning to pilot an AI judicial system later this year, businesses and litigants in person may benefit…

Accountable AI - can the law reduce bias and increase transparency?

European Union, USA - May 7 2019 Governments are increasingly making use of AI tools to help with decision making, but they face a key challenge: ensuring fairness and maintaining…

AI and Online Harms: what does the Government’s White Paper mean for the industry?

United Kingdom - May 3 2019 Earlier this month the Government released the much-anticipated Online Harms White Paper. Jointly authored by the Department of Culture, Media and…

AI generated content: Why is OpenAI’s new language model “too dangerous to release”?

USA - April 26 2019 OpenAI announced recently that they had created an algorithm which generates incredibly humanlike content. They soon realised that the humanlike…

40% of Europe’s AI start-ups are missing one thing: AI

USA - April 25 2019 In a recent report, London-based venture capital firm MMC was unable to find any evidence of AI use in close to half of the “AI start-ups” in Europe…

Autonomous Weapons Systems: Is Regulatory Control Needed?

European Union, United Kingdom - October 26 2018 The development of AI weapons systems is a chilling prospect. The European Parliament has recently demanded the start of “international negotiations…

UAS as a disruptive technology

European Union - June 15 2018 It has been clear for some time that unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) (otherwise known as ‘drones’) have the potential to disrupt a number of markets…

Smart Contracts for Smart Lawyers?

United Kingdom - June 15 2018 Being a technology lawyer is hard these days. For years we have been in the background working with blue sky thinkers on the next big thing…