Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) and machine learning have recently been heralded as a near-panacea to a variety of economic and social problems involving everything from financial fraud and diagnosing cancer to public safety and workplace productivity.
The legal market lags many professional services and other sectors in adapting to and adopting big data and data analytics. In the last few years, however, we have seen many moves to address and accelerate that slow start. Examples include………..
Australia – CSIRO Paper: Artificial Intelligence: solving problems, growing the economy and improving our quality of life
In April 2019, Australia’s national science agency CSIRO and the Department of Industry Innovation and Science (DIIS) co-developed a discussion paper for an AI ethics framework to respond to issues associated with AI, ensuring we use ethical and inclusive values to manage the deep influence it will have on the way we live, work and play.
Assets and contracts created with blockchain-type encryption technology have validity under existing English law, a high-powered group of legal experts chaired by a senior member of the judiciary reported today. A 46-page legal statement published by the UK jurisdiction taskforce of the LawTech Delivery Panel
A little off topic. Gibson though is one of our greatest living writers who’s always had a handle on the future, even if it is somewhat dystopian.