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Creative AI challenges notions of authorship

Passing the Musical Turing Test

09 Mar 2018 at 11:49 BST

A five-track black metal album, titled, “Coditany of Timeness” has just been produced. The difference with this new piece of music is that it was created by an artificial intelligence.

AI matching a human's prowess in case prediction

Lawyer Versus Robot

05 Mar 2018 at 11:00 BST

On Friday 27 October, the results of CaseCrunch’s week-long competition to directly pit trained lawyers against CaseCrunch’s Artificial Intelligence were announced at a reception held at Kennedys law firm. The challenge: to predict the outcome of PPI mis-selling complaints.

Security worries over connected technology

Nine in Ten UK Consumers Have Security Concerns Around Connected Cars

28 Feb 2018 at 11:00 BST

Thales, a leader in critical information systems, cybersecurity and data security, announces new research revealing the security concerns UK consumers associate with connected devices, including cars.

Ownership over a creative AI creates new issues

Questions of Intellectual Property in the Artificial Intelligence Realm

21 Feb 2018 at 11:13 BST

When artificial intelligence creates or assists in the creation of copyrightable work, various different issues surrounding intellectual property rights and authorship arise. A team of lawyers from Istanbul-based firm ELIG examine the topic.

AI can help speed up the contract review process

Machine Learning Powers Contract Review

14 Feb 2018 at 11:21 BST

On Monday 18th September 2017, ThoughtRiver officially launched “Review”: an Artificial Intelligence contract review solution that can assess legal contracts an average of 60 times faster and 30 percent cheaper than the typical paralegal.

Federal oversight to address patchwork laws

Autonomous Legislation Opens US Roads

31 Jan 2018 at 12:39 BST

The SELF DRIVE (Safely Ensuring Lives Future Development and Research in Vehicle Evolution) bill has been passed by the US House of Representatives, with unusually bipartisan support. The bill lays out a basic federal framework for autonomous vehicle regulation, showing that self-driving cars have come into federal lawmakers’ attention.

The rights and responsibilities of empathy

Empathy Training

30 Jan 2018 at 11:43 BST

“I taught an AI to empathise” is not a phrase one uses every day, but that’s exactly what the Deep Empathy program offers. A collaboration led by Scalable Cooperation at MIT Media Lab, and influenced by UNICEF Innovation, it seeks to pursue a scalable way to increase empathy.

AAIB pushes to use drones in accident inspections

AAIB Reviews Safety

10 Jan 2018 at 11:20 BST

The UK’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has released an annual safety review, looking back over the year of 2016. In that year, the AAIB received 656 notifications and it deployed 38 times to conduct field investigations, 14 of which were fatal accidents, while a further 208 investigations were conducted by correspondence.

Should weapons work without human control?

Experts Warn of AI Pandora’s Box

21 Dec 2017 at 11:01 BST

The UN’s Conference of the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW) has established a Group of Governmental Experts (GGE) on Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS), a move which has been applauded by experts around the globe. However, an open letter has been penned to the group in the Future of Life Institute, warning about the dangers that artificial intelligence (AI) might pose.

Detecting unlawful behaviour at expense of privacy

Maintaining Privacy in the Workplace

24 Jul 2017 at 11:30 BST

StatusToday, a startup based in London, has developed an AI platform to monitor employees in the workplace, tracking individuals behavioural patterns.

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