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Report from Data Business Congress – Part 1
Nick Aires & Toby Bond
February 18, 2020
Held over two days in San Jose, California the inaugural Data Business Congress provided a fascinating insight into the opportunities and challenges...
TOWARDS MORE RESPONSIBLE AI
Jonathan Ebsworth & Roger Bickerstaff
February 6, 2020
Jonathan Ebsworth (TechDotPeople) & Roger Bickerstaff (Bird & Bird) Introduction On the evening of January...
Digital Services Tax
January 16, 2020
There has been a lot of debate recently at international, EU and national levels about how to tax global businesses to ensure...
Key themes of CES 2020
January 8, 2020
CES 2020 explores the latest innovations in Tech, AI, IoT, Robotics, Consumer Electronics and much more. More than buzzwords, CES 2020 is...
There’s more to blockchain than Bitcoin!
December 5, 2019
The volatile price fluctuations of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ether have attracted huge media and business interest in blockchain technologies. But...
Cyber update: what will Brexit mean for NIS and Digital Service Providers?
Simon Shooter and Stephanie Lopes
November 26, 2019
As the UK moves glacially towards some form of Brexit, attention shifts towards EU cyber security regulations and the potential impact of...
Fintech under increasing scrutiny in push towards achieving EU ‘technological sovereignty’
November 26, 2019
"Technological sovereignty" is the buzzword of the incoming European College of Commissioners, where Fintech looks set to be the subject of increasing regulatory scrutiny....
A Light Touch Regulatory Framework for AI
Roger Bickerstaff and Aditya Mohan
November 13, 2019
Background As the use of Tech becomes more central to our everyday lives the potential need for regulatory controls...
When AI systems cause harm: the application of civil and criminal liability
Ben Hughes and Russell Williamson
November 8, 2019
By Ben Hughes and Russell Williamson "Good morning, Dave." It's fairly safe to say that, in...
Tech industry leader Thierry Breton set to be grilled by MEPs for new role...
November 6, 2019
The world of business and digital policy making is expected to come together on 14 November to watch the European Parliament Hearings...
Vestager statements provide insights into the EU’s future digital policies
October 28, 2019
By Francine Cunningham, Senior Public Affairs Manager (Brussels) Very different fates have befallen the candidates for the two most important digital...
Commissioner candidates prepare to be grilled on digital policy priorities
September 30, 2019
'Technological sovereignty' has become the new buzzword among digital movers and shakers in the EU institutions, as the Commissioner candidates who will oversee digital...
AI in Drug Development: Who’s the inventor?
June 27, 2019
AI technologies are being rapidly implemented into drug development pathways, and large pharmaceutical companies are collaborating with smaller technology groups and new start-ups to...
AI in the Developing World: a blessing or a curse?
May 15, 2019
Technological advancements in recent decades have seen developing countries leapfrog stages of growth; by-passing expensive infrastructure investment. Smart phones are a prime example of...
AI in the Courtroom
May 9, 2019
With the Estonian Ministry of Justice (EMOJ) planning to pilot an AI judicial system later this year, businesses and litigants in person may benefit...
Accountable AI – can the law reduce bias and increase transparency?
Clara Clark Nevola
May 7, 2019
Governments are increasingly making use of AI tools to help with decision making, but they face a key challenge: ensuring fairness and maintaining public...
AI and Online Harms: what does the Government’s White Paper mean for the industry?
May 3, 2019
Earlier this month the Government released the much-anticipated Online Harms White Paper. Jointly authored by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport and the Home...
AI generated content: Why is OpenAI’s new language model “too dangerous to release”?
April 26, 2019
By Nikhil Vyas, Bird & Bird From personal assistants to customer services, AI that can talk to us is...
40% of Europe’s AI start-ups are missing one thing: AI
April 25, 2019
In a recent report, London-based venture capital firm MMC was unable to find any evidence of AI use in close to half of the...
EC Expert Group calls for changes to antitrust enforcement in digital markets
April 16, 2019
By Francine Cunningham, Senior Public Affairs Manager, Bird & Bird and Baptist Vleeshouwers, Associate (Brussels). In these final...
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