In November 2021, the UK Government (“Government”) issued the National Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategy, with the ambition of making the UK a global AI superpower over the next decade. The strategy promised a thriving ecosystem, supported by Government policy that would look at establishing an effective regulatoryContinue Reading A Pro-Innovation Approach: UK Government publishes white paper on the future of governance and regulation of artificial intelligence
Glimpsing blue whales in your tears
What’s the difference between a teardrop and an ocean? The question might seem ridiculous, but oceans and teardrops have more in common than might first seem the be the case. Both are largely composed of salty water, both have creatures living in them (tiny…
Continue Reading Emerging definitions: Capturing the essence of Artificial Intelligence
The European Commission’s proposed approach to the Regulation of AI was published last week and could have profound implications for your technology enabled business and life. This is not a niche corner of regulation and will potentially have wide application on everything from smart products to social media platforms and…
Continue Reading The future regulation of technology: speed read
Hard or soft law?
That the regulation of Artificial intelligence is a hot topic is hardly surprising. AI is being adopted at speed, news reports frequently appear about high-profile AI decision-making, and the sheer volume of guidance and regulatory proposals for interested parties to digest can seem challenging.