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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.


RPAs drive smarter loan origination workflows

Building a Digital Workforce in Mortgage Lending

04 Feb 2019 at 11:20 BST

By Jim Close, Regional Vice President, UK and Ireland, Kofax.


Some cultures allow rights to non-human entities

Dialogue on disrupting technologies: Should robots have rights?

28 Jan 2019 at 11:06 BST

Academics at Utrecht University Centre for Global Challenges ask and share the legal questions.


New paths created to secure remedy and redress

Law - v - Code

21 Jan 2019 at 13:53 BST

Agnes Foy looks at the tension between the rule of law and the rule of code.


Law firms require a cultural shift towards AI

Integrating AI into law firms

18 Jan 2019 at 10:03 BST

By Matthew Kay, Director at Vario for Pinsent Masons.


COMPAS has opened discussion of sentencing bias

Lawyers need to collaborate with tech in AI

16 Jan 2019 at 12:31 BST

Inaugural lecture urges lawyers to collaborate with computer scientists on using AI in law.


New pilot programme recommended

FAA reauthorised for five years

11 Jan 2019 at 10:27 BST

On Wednesday 5 October, President Trump signed the FAA Reauthorisation Act of 2018, after the Senate had given final approval to the five year reauthorisation for the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration). It passed the Senate by a 93-6 vote, and is noteworthy as being the first five-year bill to be passed since the 1980s.


Cultural norms need to be aligned in ethical AI

Approaches to ethics in AI: more alike than apart?

23 Nov 2018 at 12:09 BST

There's been considerable interest recently in the ethical principles required to ensure that artificial intelligence (AI) is adopted sustainably and that we, as a global society, derive the greatest benefit from innovation in this area.


Ethics is a self-evident truth akin to mathematics

Ethics, technology and the future of humanity

21 Nov 2018 at 11:41 BST

The widely-renowned Australian moral philosopher, Professor Peter Singer, is at the forefront of thinking on the social impact and ethical implications of new technologies. In June 2018, Professor Singer gave a public lecture on ethics and technology at the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO).


New York Times interviews reveal scale of abuse

Smart devices and domestic abuse – a new battlefield or simply new weapons?

19 Nov 2018 at 11:53 BST

To some who are unhappy after the breakdown of a relationship, tracking a former partner’s movements and online communications, altering the temperature in their home and making their doorbell repeatedly and inexplicably ring may seem an inconsequential form of retribution.


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