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HLEG assessment list to be reviewed in early 2020

Coding ethics into AI? Al-go along with EU

18 Jun 2019 at 11:02 BST

In April 2019, the European Commission's High-Level Expert Group on artificial intelligence ("AI") presented its ethics guidelines for trustworthy artificial intelligence (the "AI Guidelines"). Building on the work of the group of independent experts appointed in June 2018, the Commission has launched a pilot phase to ensure that the ethical guidelines for Artificial Intelligence (AI) development and use can be implemented in practice.

A portrait produced using AI sold for over $430k

Robot ART!

10 Jun 2019 at 13:21 BST

The copyright implications of artificial intelligence generated art.

US & UK provide vague LAWS legislation

Deploying "good killer robots"

12 Jun 2019 at 13:00 BST

The deployment of lethal autonomous weapons systems (LAWS) is a controversial and emotive subject, one that asks questions of human ethics and morals. Is it desirable or even possible to deploy morally sound LAWS?

BLM and LSE in two year partnership

Smart Data Extraction

16 May 2019 at 11:19 BST

In February, leading UK insurance risk and commercial law firm BLM LLP, officially adopted iManage RAVN Extract to capture data from its documents to analyse and make accurate predictions around claims outcomes.

Bitcoin's price rises 1000%

Cryptocurrency spurs the rise of cryptobots

08 May 2019 at 12:55 BST

At a recent Bloomberg Crypto Summit held in London, panel speakers agreed the immediate outlook for cryptocurrency is a little shaky, though they are confident the industry is simply experiencing a temporary setback. Meanwhile, there is a global regulatory debate about whether we should be talking about crypto as currency or assets, raising a significant point about the legal quality of these instruments.

Data-driven regulations

3 Lessons AI Initiatives Should Take from the Cloud

01 May 2019 at 12:09 BST

In the legal sector, 2018 saw artificial intelligence (AI) climb to the top of many law firms’ agenda, driven by the lure of the business benefits this new technology potentially offers alongside organisations’ perceived need to “innovate.”

New academic focuses for the digital revolution

AI ethics programme blessed with over £200 million

19 Apr 2019 at 12:47 BST

Graduate students in the United Kingdom are to learn to develop “ethical” artificial intelligence with the help of the Church of England as part of a range of higher degrees in the technology supported by more than £200 million of public and industry funding.

Over 340,000 AI-related patent applications

WIPO reports “massive upsurge” in AI patents

10 Apr 2019 at 11:10 BST

A new World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) flagship study has documented a massive recent surge in artificial intelligence-based inventions, with US-based companies IBM and Microsoft leading the pack as AI has moved from the theoretical realm toward the global marketplace in recent years.

Moral and legal arguments over robot rules abound

Robot Rules Review

01 Apr 2019 at 17:09 BST

UK lawyer and author Jacob Turner addresses the legal and ethical problems that AI can cause in his new book, Robot Rules: Regulating Artificial Intelligence, published by Palgrave Macmillan.

Secure cybersecurity legislation required for IoT

The dangers of connected devices

06 Feb 2019 at 14:06 BST

The Internet of Things (IoT) will provide a number of different challenges to privacy and data protection. Examining these issues are Dr Kevin Curran, senior member of the IEEE and professor of cybersecurity in the School of Computing and Intelligent Systems at the University of Ulster, and Adam Brown, manager of security solutions at Synopsys.

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