Posts on Artificial intelligence

Not just somebody else’s problem: notes from the launch of the IBE’s Board Briefing on “Corporate Ethics in a Digital Age”

Artificial Intelligence and data ethics: understanding human values to design values-led systems

What’s on the agenda for in-house lawyers in May 2019?

Why you need to be aware of, and even participate in, the ICO’s evolving AI auditing framework

What’s on the agenda for in-house lawyers in February 2019?

Playbooks facilitate change in a changing world

Maturing the GDPR model: key takeaways from the Data, Privacy and Cyber-Resilience Forum

ICO regulatory sandbox: your chance to shape the privacy and innovation discussion

What’s on the agenda for in-house lawyers in September 2018?

Towards robot governance? A short tour of current conversations on artificial intelligence

Internal investigations, technology and litigation: key takeaways for in-house lawyers

An age of rapid change and the in-house lawyer’s role

What’s new for corporate counsel in IT law in 2018?

Adopting new technology: tech laggards need to change or explain

An alternative to BigLaw: using AI to connect in-house lawyers with small and mid-sized law firms

AI revolution changing the landscape for brands

LawTech: what can be digitised will be commoditised

What has AI ever done for us?

The rise of the machines: new technology and its impact on the professions

Where are we now on artificial intelligence?

The Tech Express: time to jump on board, say lawyers

Inefficient, irrational and risky: is this transactional drafting in practice?

Law firm AI adoption: picking up the pace

AI in law: the state of play