Will Bryson

Will Bryson

William is an enthusiastic and incisive commercial lawyer, with particular focus on cutting edge technology. William is an associate in Bird & Bird's Commercial Group. He advises on a variety of commercial contracts with particular interest in the IT, communications and defence sectors. Within those sectors, William has developed a keen interest in emerging and disruptive technologies, particularly the Internet of Things and Big Data. William's experience ranges from advising on general commercial contracts, including software licencing and development agreements, to working on the Department of Energy and Climate Change's multi-billion pound procurement for the roll out of "smart meter" infrastructure across the UK and acting for BAE Systems as part of the nuclear submarine project team. William has also worked for a number of clients, both employers and contractors, on contracts for build and maintenance of solar power plants.

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Looking back on CES 2018
4 min to read
February 15, 2018
Looking back on CES 2018
After the dust has settled on CES 2018, we are reflecting on the technology we saw. We have picked out what we think are some of the most exciting or impactful consumer technologies for 2018 and beyond. In...
When AI goes wrong – part 2: autonomous vehicles
4 min to read
June 16, 2017
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 things go wrong. Driverless cars promise a great deal...
When AI goes wrong – part 1: trading algorithms
4 min to read
June 16, 2017
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 series of two articles, we consider the question...
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