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On 2nd February 2024 the House of Lords Communications and Digital Committee (HoL) published its report on large language models (LLMs).

That report covered a variety of topics, with attention on two in particular:

  • what the HoL refers to as the ‘Goldilocks problem’ – or
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The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has released a working paper on financial stability risks from cloud outsourcing, accessible here. Overall, it notes that cloud can increase resilience for financial services firms, but the paper is a timely reminder that a single outage could generate simultaneous
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A plethora of high-profile examples in recent months have emphasised the damage that illegal and harmful online content can do, both at an individual and a societal level. Since becoming Collins Dictionary’s word of the year in 2017, “fake news” has been at the forefront of discussion, challenging the democratic
Continue Reading Online Safety Bill: What issues does the Bill pose for UK businesses operating online?

With over three billion people around the world using social media every month, it is no surprise that businesses are driving marketing spend towards social platforms to help them connect with their consumers, increase awareness about their brand, and (importantly) boost leads and sales.

DLA Piper recently hosted an event
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