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Fines for non-compliance require new solutions

How LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions assists law firms with GDPR

09 Jul 2018 at 15:29 BST

Software vendors have a responsibility to help customers comply with the GDPR. In fact, their role is clearly defined in the regulation – Article 25 – Data protection by design and by default. Vendors need to proactively consider how their technology could potentially be used in a negative context and put in place controls to reduce the risks to users.

Reassessing pilotship as drone incidents rise

Drone Operators Are Not Pilots

05 Jul 2018 at 11:35 BST

“Owning a drone does not a pilot make” (Morritt, 2017). Why does only answering a few questions give someone the ability to fly through the skies like piloted aircraft? The ability to obtain a Part 107 Remote Pilot License could be made more difficult and like manned aircraft have harsher penalties for violations from individuals who are not pilots.

Determining fault still a big job with AV crashes

Driverless Insurance

27 Jun 2018 at 11:17 BST

While the debate rages on over how to test and integrate autonomous vehicles and whether they will truly be safer, the insurance sector is preparing for the creation of a new and changed insurance market.

Mobile data extraction processes applied to UAVs

Drone Forensics: Interview With David Kovar

25 Jun 2018 at 10:53 BST

Mobile data forensics company MSAB has announced a new partnership with Kovar and Associates to expand the drone forensics capabilities offered by MSAB. David Kovar, the president and founder of Kovar & Associates, is a leading expert on drone forensics and he will serve as a subject matter expert and consultant to MSAB.

Automation will drive huge changes in legal sector

Understanding How AI and Data Can Create New Legal Roles

09 Apr 2018 at 11:56 BST

Law firms continue to experience increased competition from within and outside the legal sector as legal work becomes commoditised. Additionally, in-house counsels are under more pressure to demonstrate value to their organisation. Against this backdrop, artificial intelligence technology is helping organisations make best use of data to assess their legal obligations and risk, freeing up legal staff to perform more high value tasks.

Drones become an increasingly competitive business

Drone Industry Focus: GoPro vs. DJI

05 Apr 2018 at 11:00 BST

In what is becoming a hyper-competitive industry, the fortunes of premier drone manufacturers DJI and GoPro are in stark contrast. American company GoPro has announced its plans to exit the business citing competitiveness of the sector as well as increasing regulation. Meanwhile, despite recent concerns over security, Chinese company DJI has confirmed its place as a leader in the market with its latest product.

Global ramifications of computing power

Breaking the Enigma

28 Mar 2018 at 11:00 BST

On 1 December 2017, AI experts Enigma Pattern broke the infamous Enigma code in just thirteen minutes in a live demonstration. In an event designed to demonstrate the endless potential of AI, from diagnosing medical conditions to rendering judgements on whether someone should get a loan and cracking history’s trickiest code, Enigma Pattern also showcased the rising power of cloud computing and data centres.

AI must understand cultural norms to be effective

Ethical Robot Design v.2

26 Mar 2018 at 10:58 BST

Last year, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) released a report called Ethically Aligned Design, written with the purpose of advancing the discussion of how artificial intelligence and autonomous systems (AI/AS) can be aligned to moral values and ethical considerations that prioritise human wellbeing. The organisation opened it up to commentary and feedback from the public.

Promotion of safety as airways get more crowded

FAA Report on Safety

21 Mar 2018 at 11:02 BST

Last year was one of the safest on record, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced at a major industry safety event. Better regulation has enhanced health and safety with greater collaboration between the FAA and the marketplace making a difference.

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.

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