Andrew Prismall v Google UK1 is the latest in a line of recent decisions in which the High Court has been asked to consider the viability of an opt-out class action claim brought by a class representative under CPR 19.8 (formerly 19.6). It is also the latest attempt atContinue Reading Prismall v Google UK: grappling with the lowest common denominator of claimant
Now you’re talking…
If you’ve used one of the recent high-profile AI chatbots, then you’ve no doubt been wowed by their capability. If you haven’t used one, then you’re in an increasingly small population, as these large language models have attracted enormous publicity.
A lot of the publicity has focussed…Continue Reading Life sentence: teaching large language models to read the book of life
According to latest news following months of discussions, members of the European Parliament have reached a provisional political deal on AI Act legislation some days ago. Both a final vote of the European Parliament and related official documentation is not publicly available at this stage. However, the legislative process now…Continue Reading AI Act – The European Way Forward
In March, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) released a report, “Cybersecurity of AI and Standardisation,” which details the landscape of existing, planned, and considered standards pertaining to the cybersecurity of artificial intelligence (AI). The report identifies several gaps in existing approaches to protection of digital infrastructure…Continue Reading ENISA identifies gaps in approaches to the cybersecurity of AI
On 4 May 2023, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) announced the launch of an initial review of competition and consumer protection principles that are designed to guide the ongoing development and use of artificial intelligence (“AI”) foundation models.
These models are a type of…Continue Reading Keeping an ‘AI’ on the Market: Competition and Markets Authority announces launch of consumer protections for artificial intelligence
Let’s make one thing clear. This article was not written with the aid of ChatGPT. Although perhaps that is exactly what a truly intelligent artificial intelligence (AI) would say. The risk of AI doing sneaky things like that (and far worse) has of course stimulated Elon Musk and several hundred…Continue Reading London Book Fair 2023: AI’ll Be Back
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
Following the launch of Open AI’s ChatGPT late last year, several Chinese companies and universities have sought to produce similar alternatives within China. Naturally, proliferation of such technology has attracted the attention of Chinese regulators, in particular the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), which has on 11 April 2023 released…Continue Reading China’s cyberspace regulator releases draft measures for managing generative AI services
On 29 March 2023, the UK Government (“Government”) published its long-awaited white paper (“Paper”), setting out the Government’s proposals to govern and regulate artificial Intelligence (“AI”). Headed “A Pro-Innovation Approach”, the Paper recognises the importance of building a framework that builds trust…Continue Reading One small step for machine: UK Information Commissioner publishes response to new AI White Paper
The TV turns on, without prompt, and switches to the news. The company you are working for has decided to implement a new AI system, rendering your role and the roles of many of your colleagues redundant. You ask your virtual assistant to bring up your social media and attempt…Continue Reading Beyond Binary: Revisiting the Interplay of Artificial Intelligence, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law