Artificial Intelligence and IP – Part 2: IP in AI Generated Content

Part One of this series looked at the IP issues involved in developing AI systems. Part Two looks at an area where AI has...

Artificial Intelligence and IP – Part 1: Developing AI systems

What are the IP challenges for those building AI systems? Much will be familiar; today's AI systems are based on software and all the...

When AI goes wrong – part 2: autonomous vehicles

In this second of two articles considering liability for the mistakes of AI systems, we look at driverless cars and who might be responsible...

When AI goes wrong – part 1: trading algorithms

Artificial Intelligence applications are appearing everywhere with promises to transform our lives in many ways. But what happens when things go wrong? In this...

From idea to market: Key issues start-ups should consider during the innovation process

As a leading international law firm focussing on business sectors where technology plays a key role, we work with some of the most inventive...

Funding trends for innovative tech start-ups in 2017

Innovative and technology driven start-ups have typically attracted the most investment and limelight compared to other early stage companies. Yet the funding landscape has...

Wearable Tech – the legal considerations

See our new infographic showcasing our wearable tech capabilities. Contact Ben Hughes or Francesca Longsworth for more information on how we can support you.      

Innovating your business & working with start-ups – key challenges

Many of the commercial deals we advise on have technological innovation at their heart, with clients seeking to achieve a competitive advantage.  Whether the...

The innovation imperative

It is well-recognised that the ability to innovate is a key factor in corporate success but the speed of disruption is increasing so this...

Can I use an electronic signature?

Since the EU eIDAS Regulation came into force in July last year there has been a noticeable resurgence of interest in the legality of...