Many of us will by now have played around with Chat-GPT, Dall-E and other generative AI products. We will have seen how powerful and impressive these tools are. We have probably also wondered exactly where this is all heading, what it means for our business, and how quickly things willContinue Reading The Generation Game: Points to consider when leveraging generative AI in business
“Slow and steady wins the race.”
All of us will have heard a multitude of variations on Aesop’s fable of the tortoise and the hare. The overconfident hare is so sure he can win a race with the tortoise that he races off, and is then so confident of his…Continue Reading Hare-brained scheme: Why the AI tortoises will inevitably lose the race…
The technology sector faces a critical moment as economic signs continue to point to a possible downturn. Yet, despite this, our latest Technology Index findings show the industry has managed to remain optimistic thanks to forecasts of increased revenue and ESG opportunities.
As a firm, we launched this unique report…Continue Reading Tech Index 2022: Pathways to Growth in a Troubled World
On 6 December 2022, the Council of the European Union (“EU Council”) announced that it had adopted a position on its general approach to the development of a harmonised regime for regulating AI in the EU (the proposed EU AI Act (“AI Act”)).
The adoption is…Continue Reading A new approach to regulating AI: EU Council announces adoption of a general approach to the harmonisation of AI regulation
In September 2022, the European Commission adopted a proposal for a directive on liability for damage caused by artificial intelligence, aimed at building trust in AI and encouraging investments across the internal market.
Civil liability and Artificial Intelligence: why specific legislation is needed
According to a recent survey, civil…Continue Reading The AI Liability Directive: EU improves liability protections for those impacted by AI
Synthetic data is a subject (at least for the uninitiated) encircled in a layer of scepticism and uncertainty. While synthetic data has existed for some time, the manner in which it is being utilised has evolved substantially. As with all novel implementations of technology, there are always teething problems and…Continue Reading In defence of synthetic data: how synthetic data can be used as a privacy-enhancing technique during the early stages of an AI system’s lifecycle
Artificial intelligence (AI) is playing an increasingly relevant and important role in our lives. Be it through your personal devices, streaming platforms or the production of vaccines, our symbiotic relationship with AI is unquestionable. This rapid rise in the use of AI raises challenging questions for patent law:…Continue Reading Thaler Shut Down: High Court of Australia confirms AI incapable of being an “inventor”
Data is often the fuel that powers AI used by organisations. It tailors search parameters, spots behavioural trends, and predicts future possible outcomes (to highlight a just a few uses). In response, many of these organisations seek to accumulate and use as much data as possible, in order to make…Continue Reading Keeping an ‘AI’ on your data: UK data regulator recommends lawful methods of using personal information and artificial intelligence
Red tape binds the nation together
The ‘80s sitcom “Yes, Minister” has been a favourite of mine for many years. I was a bit young to watch it when originally shown, but I came across it on VHS when doing a Government and Politics A-Level in the mid-90s, and it…Continue Reading AI Returns Policy: The case for investing in AI standards to drive profit
The only example of an information processing system capable of human-level general intelligence that we have (at present) is the human brain itself.
This ‘wetware’ contains about 80 to 100 billion neurons, and about 100 trillion (or 1000 times as many) synapses. With each synapse being a ‘trainable’…Continue Reading Immeasurably better? Non-digital AI and the regulatory challenge