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ChatGPT, AI and journalism: Legal and ethical pitfalls explained. JJ Shaw writes for the Press Gazette
Press02 March 2023
Lawyer JJ Shaw examines the potential implications of using AI in the newsroom.
Could UK build a national large language AI model to power tools like ChatGPT? James Gill comments for Tech Monitor
Press23 February 2023
Countries around the world are developing national AI models. Industry experts say Britain should do the same.
Ad tech report - The Project X Institute - Recommendations for the European Addressable Advertising Ecosystem
Press23 November 2022
Ad tech report - Recommendations for the European Addressable Advertising Ecosystem
National firm’s subscription service “will change the way we work”: David Willbe comments for Legal Futures
Press21 December 2021
National law firm BLM launched a subscription service for commercial work this week which it describes as “a long-term project which will change the way we work”.
De-risking Digital Business Dreams: James Gill, Victor Timon and Helen Hart write for ICLG - Digital Business Laws and Regulations 2021
Press08 June 2021
It is undisputed that the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the pace of digital change. Since then, many consider that at least 10 years' development has taken place. Last year's Guide neatly highlighted five key forces of disruption that are set to transform businesses, including 5G and with it, the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Autonomy, Hybridity and Blockchain. These remain highly relevant.
Ireland - Artificial Intelligence Comparative Guide: Victor Timon writes for Mondaq
Press21 April 2021
In this Chapter, Victor describes the current AI environment in Ireland and some of the opportunities and challenges which arise from that.
Lewis Silkin — Wendy Saunders. Timothy Leeson and Michael Anderson comment for New Law Journal
Press15 April 2021
Lewis Silkin has announced the hire of Wendy Saunders—a financial services, markets law and regulation expert—as a legal director. Her addition to the team further bolsters the firm’s financial services offering, as well as provides additional expertise for the technology & communications sector.
Counsel to step up anti-piracy efforts after copyright win: Neil Parkes comments for Managing IP
Press12 March 2021
In-house lawyers in the music industry say two court rulings that ordered internet service providers to block access to stream-ripping websites will encourage them to target other services that have slipped through the net, and will add weight to their demands for legislative changes.
Why IT professionals are concerned about the rise of AI: Ali Vaziri comments for ITPro
Press13 January 2021
AI is quickly automating numerous areas of the technology workplace, and many IT professionals fear becoming redundant as a result. Are these concerns justified?
"I’ve got technology... get me out of here!" : The privacy risks of an artificially intelligent exit to lockdown: Ali Vaziri writes for PDP Journals
Press11 June 2020
Ali Vaziri looks at the privacy and data protection risks associated with the use of surveillance technologies, such as facial recognition and location and contact tracing systems, in the context of the current health crisis.
Naomi Hanrahan-Soar writes for Tech Nation: Exceptional talent at work - exploring the scope of the Tech Nation Visa
Press13 January 2020
Naomi Hanrahan-Soar writes for Tech Nation discussing what exactly the Tech Nation Visa can mean for employers or their potential employees.
James Gill and Oliver Watson write for Essential Retail: How to avoid costly mistakes when adopting new retail tech
Press25 November 2019
James Gill and Oliver Watson have written an article for Essential Retail which discusses the new technology and data solutions in the retail world.
Oliver Watson writes for Accountancy Age: How to keep up with technology and the cost of doing nothing
Press25 September 2019
Oliver Watson has written an article for Accountancy Age discussing how the job of an accountant is transforming due to productivity optimisation and new technologies.
Naomi Hanrahan-Soar comments for Tech World: What UK startups need to know about freedom of movement post-Brexit
Press02 September 2019
Naomi Hanrahan-Soar has commented in an article for Tech World which discusses the governments announcement that current freedom of movement rules "will end on 31 October when the UK leaves the EU".
Naomi Hanrahan-Soar writes for Free Movement: Comment: Boris’s science visa promises ring hollow
Press13 August 2019
Naomi Hanrahan-Soar has written an article for Free Movement which discusses Boris Johnson's announcement that there will be sweeping changes to the UK immigration system for scientists.
Toni Lorenzo, Michael Anderson and David Samuels write for People Management: Mitigating the impact of an unlawful team move
Press30 May 2019
Can you prevent former employees from competing even in the absence of enforceable restrictive covenants? Toni Lorenzo, Michael Anderson and David Samuels report for People Management in light of a recent Court of Appeal ruling.
JJ Shaw writes for Sportcal – AI: changing the game.
Press12 March 2019
JJ Shaw has written an article for Sportcal where he discusses the innovative developments in Artificial Intelligence within the sports industry, the need for AI specific regulations as well as the debate around ownership and access to data.
James Gill and Mark Hersey write for Accountancy Age: Moving to the Cloud in 2019: 10 steps to avoid the common pitfalls
Press08 January 2019
Mark Hersey and James Gill have written an article for Accountancy Age explaining how to make your move to cloud accounting as smooth as possible this year.
Sarah Mogford and David Lyons co-write for Building: Blockchain and the UK property industry: opportunities and risks
Press12 October 2018
Sarah Mogford and David Lyons have co-written an article for 'Building' which discusses the use of Blockchain in the UK property industry.
Cliff Fluet to lead International Radio Festival's Audio Conference
Press03 October 2018
The use of Blockchain technology in the audio world will be explored by Cliff Fluet at the International Radio Festival’s Audio Conference in Malta on 1st November.