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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.

Importance of building our digital armour

Robots in the Art World

17 Jul 2017 at 10:17 BST

Filipe Vilas-Boas, who describes himself as a new media artist and interaction designer, has filmed an art project involving a robotic arm writing out lines at a desk, with the sound of children at school in the background. Repeatedly, the robot writes, “I must not hunt humans” as its punishment, indicating an earlier indiscretion.

Decision trees based legal chatbot

Chatbot Gives Out Legal Advice

03 Jul 2017 at 11:08 BST

People often don’t realise the full range of legal help available to them. In order to combat this obstacle of legal assistance feeling too remote for people, Clerksroom have developed a new legal chatbot, named BillyBot. It can help a potential client to work out who the best person is to be referred to, as well as bringing up a quote for them as a guide. Stephen Ward, Managing Director at Clerksroom, demonstrates the potential of technology to bring the legal world closer to clients.

Lecvels 4 and 5 still unaccounted for

Level 3 Automation

12 Jul 2017 at 10:43 BST

The threat of human safety engineers falling asleep at the wheel as well as their potentially staggered reaction times has opened up the debate on level 3 automation in driverless cars. Gun Bengtsson, Senior Safety Communication Manager at Volvo explains about automation and what the legal challenges concerning it are.

Automation brings the potential to innovate

IBA and the Impact of Robots

05 Jul 2017 at 09:00 BST

The IBA Global Employment Institute has released a report examining the impact of artificial intelligence and robots on the workplace, the new industrial revolution that has been named Industry 4.0. Among the wider global picture, several of the key findings directly relate to the legal world and the impact that robotics will have on the sector.

Ride-sharing services to replace car ownership

Self-Driving Cars Could Soon Save the Average Family Over $5,000 p.a.

23 Jun 2017 at 11:30 BST

A new report says that the self-driving car revolution will arrive quicker than most people think, and it will save people a significant amount of money year after year.

AI will effect an evolution on Common Law system

Understanding Emerging Legal Technology and How Lawyers Will Use It

10 May 2017 at 10:46 BST

A look at the opportunities for lawyers to innovate rather than take a backseat with the integration of new technologies.

New Van loophole put into the spotlight

Uber and Disability

03 May 2017 at 10:22 BST

Uber broke new ground in August 2016 by offering a new form of ride-sharing service in Pittsburgh. Certain users requesting a ride will be randomly selected to receive a free ride in one of the company’s brand new SUVs with no human driver, making Uber the first company to offer self-driving taxi services. However, Bryan Casey, writing in the September 2016 Stanford Law Review, has identified a potential loophole that Uber’s new cars may not be able to negotiate.

Human-robot interaction using EERP signals

Correcting Robot Mistakes Using Human Brain Signals

26 Apr 2017 at 11:30 BST

An extract from a paper by Messrs Andres F. Salazar-Gomez, Joseph DelPreto, Stephanie Gil, Frank H. Guenther, and Daniela Rus from the MIT Distributed Robotics Lab in the US.

Global consumer preferences for self-driving cars

On the Road With Consumers Worldwide

24 Apr 2017 at 10:02 BST

Consumers are at the heart of the extended automotive value chain, which generates trillions of dollars for auto manufacturers, suppliers, dealers, financial institutions, oil companies and a host of other organizations. A new report from the Deloitte Global Automation Group looks at the trends.

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