Formula 1’s largest ticket operator, Platinum Group, made a ground-breaking move in the auto-racing industry by introducing NFT ticketing for their upcoming events, starting with the Monaco Grand Prix earlier this summer. This movement follows in the recent footsteps of other industries and companies by exploring opportunities in the digitalContinue Reading Formula 1’s NFTs: A new era in ticketing and digital technology
The use and influence of artificial intelligence (AI) systems have significantly increased in recent years. This is particularly evident in the commercial sector where businesses are harnessing the power of AI to enhance their operations and drive revenue growth. However, the adoption of AI also poses new challenges in oversight…Continue Reading The Future of AI Law Webinar
The growth of the metaverse emphasizes the need to address the cybersecurity challenges posed by this new multimedia environment.
It is increasingly likely that the metaverse will be subject to cyberattacks that pose a real risk to both the companies that choose to be active in the metaverse and the…
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The original version of the following checklist of the main issues to consider when drafting and negotiating technology agreements for the insurance sector was produced by Anthony Day, Partner and Nichola Donovan, Legal Director of DLA Piper for Practical Law and can also be found here.
The Digital Regulation Cooperation Forum (“DRCF”) has issued a call for views on the benefits and risks of algorithmic processing uncovered in their research and set out their plan of action for the coming year.
Over the past year, DLA Piper has covered a number of developments in the area…
Continue Reading UK digital watchdogs take aim at algorithms and online technologies in their plans for future regulatory collaboration
Separate to considering the legal terms and conditions that organisations ask consumer customers to sign up to, consumer experts and regulatory authorities are increasingly considering the impact of ‘online choice architecture’ (“OCA”), ie the design of websites, apps and devices that influence consumer behaviour and that leads a…
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In celebration of International Women’s Day 2022, a report on ‘The Effects of Artificial Intelligence on the Working Lives of Women’ has been published by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific,…
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With the implementation of the Consumer Data Right (CDR) in the banking sector (known as ‘Open Banking’) well under way, the release of draft amendments to the CDR rules for the energy sector, and the continuing development of the framework for implementing the CDR in the telecommunications sector,…
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A jet aircraft for the mind
Of the many stories about Steve Jobs at Apple, one that resonates with the authors is his early ‘80s description of computers as a ‘bicycle for the mind’. Jobs had seen a chart showing that many animals were much faster and more efficient moving…
Continue Reading Far from an Edge Case: The employee impacts of the Hardware Renaissance
If I could tell you how you could make your AI system do nearly ten times as much work on the same hardware, would that be worth something to you, eh…?
Transformers – more than meets the eye
So how can we make our AI ten times more efficient? Well,…
Continue Reading Definitely not a zero sum game: Sparsity and next generation AI