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Morrison & Foerster LLP
Morrison Foerster's Senior Of Counsel, Lokke Moerel, will participate in a panel hosted by the United Nations Association (Poland) discussing digital international cooperation and AI as it relates
If decompilation for error correction is permitted under Article 5(1), the Court of Appeal has also asked whether the conditions set out in Article 6 must be satisfied.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
On May 19, 2021, as part of our AdvanceTM program, McCarthy Tétrault hosted the second event in our two-part series, "Deep Learning: AI Regulation Comes Into Focus".
The Council has decided to prolong the framework for restrictive measures against cyber-attacks threatening the EU or its Member States for another year, until 18 May 2022.
Boyes Turner
The European Commission recently published its proposal for the regulation of artificial intelligence, or AI, (Regulation) which will subject high-risk AI systems...
Preiskel & Co
On 21 April 2021, the European Commission issued a draft proposal for a regulation on AI systems, the first self-standing legal framework regulating AI.
Kemp IT Law
The European Commission published its draft AI Regulation on 21st April 2021. The proposals are far-reaching. The regulation won't form part of UK law, of course, but it does have extra-territorial
Boyes Turner
The Government has signalled its commitment to improving online safety with the Online Safety Bill, announced in the Queen's Speech in May.
Safety tech providers deliver products and services that enable safer online experiences for citizens.
Osborne Clarke
The carbon footprint of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has been making headlines recently.
Keidan Harrison
The last decade has seen an acceleration in disputes tech but for some the profession just hasn't quite yet been ready.
Kemp IT Law
Behind the curve or biding its time? Chris Kemp, Associate at Kemp IT Law, looks at the UK Government's approach to setting the rules for AI.
The Law Commission says that digital assets are generally treated as property by market participants.
The new rules will not apply automatically, but will need to be agreed to in writing by the parties either before a dispute has arisen or at the point a dispute arises.
Kemp IT Law
Model inversion, membership inference, and adversarial examples. Chris Kemp, Associate at Kemp IT Law, looks at 3 AI-related InfoSec risks.
Stevens & Bolton
Stevens & Bolton is delighted to have co-hosted this London International Disputes Week session with 4 Pump Court. The discussion focuses on the abrupt shift to remote working across the world...
On 28 April 2021, the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the US and the EU agreed to the G7 Digital and Technology Ministerial Declaration.
The Government is considering introducing new proposals to help businesses manage cyber risks attached to supply chains. Accordingly, it is calling for views on a number of measures to...
J A Kemp LLP
The human body is constantly encountering agents with the potential to make us ill.
Astraea Group
Decentralised Finance, or DeFi, is the latest wave in the cryptoasset movement. DeFi refers to a wide range of blockchain-based projects that allow people to borrow and lend, ..
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