IP Partner Maya Medeiros discusses the applications and legal definitions of artificial intelligence, and where law applies to particular AI processes or systems.
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Artificial Intelligence and Separate Legal Personality
As artificial intelligence becomes more ubiquitous, the scope for economic loss or physical damage – on a B2B or B2C basis - inevitably grows too. James Russell and Paimon Abedi discuss the impact of AI.
BoE and FCA joint report on machine learning in UK Financial Services
Imogen Garner and Albert Weatherill discuss the joint report published by Bank of England and the FCA on machine learning in UK financial services.
AI as a solution for cybersecurity problems in M&A deals
This blog post explores the immense potential of Artificial Intelligence as a solution for cybersecurity vulnerabilities in M&A deals.
CIIs – The Australian Full Court Encompass Decision
IP lawyers Harrison Ottaway and Helen Macpherson discuss the contentious topic of the patentability of computer implemented inventions (CII) in Australian patent law.
Deepfakes: Fake videos need real remedy
Deepfakes appear genuine, with creators using AI and photos of nonconsenting people to make footage. IP partner Daniel Daniele discusses its malicious uses and legal advice for victims.
Vestager’s Digital Antitrust Blueprint
Effects of Commissioner Vestager’s unprecedented nomination to a second term as Competition Commissioner and dual mandate as Executive Vice-President for a Europe fit for the Digital Age (Digital Commissioner).
AI and Drug Discovery, Part 3: Protecting the Value of Data in Collaborations
In Part 3, we highlight some of the legal issues surrounding the use of AI/ML in collaborative drug discovery and some solutions for addressing these issues.
UK Court decides that early-stage open source software projects can generate goodwill sufficient to protect the name of the project
A UK court has for the first time considered the English law concept of “goodwill” in relation to open source software projects and contributing developers.
OECD Recommendation and G20 ministerial Statement on Artificial Intelligence
This article summarizes the OECD Recommendation and the G20 Statement, discusses the OECD’s next steps, and offers our take on the implications of these and related initiatives.