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Article – Law.com: ROSS Founder on Why Law Needs to be ‘Re-regulated’

Article – Law.com: ROSS Founder on Why Law Needs to be ‘Re-regulated’

We;; worth a read if you have a spare moment.””Non-JDs should no longer be barred from ownership of law firms, and similarly, non-JDs should not be barred from the provisioning of some legal services. In reality, this has already partially occurred through the encroachment of global consulting firms into legal services,” notes ROSS’ Andrew Arruda.”

Why running a Tech Startup is like fighting MMA 

Why running a Tech Startup is like fighting MMA 

Earlier this year I participated in my first MMA fight. I have been karate training for 25 years (3rd Degree Black Belt Goju Ryu) and have taken part in other martial arts (BJJ, wrestling) but this was, without a doubt,  the hardest thing that I have done so far.  I have also been running a tech company that builds legal artificial intelligence (Ailira)  for the last 4 years, alongside my law firm, and I was struck (pun intended) by a number of similarities in the experience. 

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Mondaq Law Firm Article: United States: Patents Created By Artificial Intelligence?

Mondaq Law Firm Article: United States: Patents Created By Artificial Intelligence?

Interesting piece by Duane Morris in the US who write, “Machine learning is increasing exponentially. As a result, artificial intelligence (AI) now is powering many aspects of our lives. If you ask Siri or Alexa, they will tell you that AI computers are performing surgeries, flying planes, driving cars and winning at games. What’s next? What’s next might include inventions created by AI. Indeed, several months ago, the Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) sought public comments on this topic.”

UK  Report: Chatham House – The Royal Institute of International Affairs, “AI-driven personalization in digital media: political and societal implications”

UK Report: Chatham House – The Royal Institute of International Affairs, “AI-driven personalization in digital media: political and societal implications”

This paper seeks to outline the implications of the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI), and more specifically of machine learning (ML), by the old ‘gatekeepers’ – the legacy media – as well as by the new, algorithmic, media – the digital intermediaries – focusing on personalization. Data-driven personalization, despite demonstrating commercial benefits for the companies that deploy it, as well as a purported convenience for consumers, can have individual and societal implications that convenience simply cannot counterbalance.

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