This article summarises the AI and Data Package released by the European Commission on 19 February 2020 and discusses the role of EU antitrust reform.
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Wearing out privacy: wearable technology revolutionising social media marketing in Canada
With the ever expanding uses of social media, corporations and businesses struggle to stay abreast of the legal impact these technologies could have on them.
AI as a solution for cybersecurity problems in M&A deals
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ICO blog post on AI and solely automated decision-making
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How can AI apply to agriculture?
AI tools are being used to improve the entire food supply chain. This will become even more important as the world’s growing population creates an increasing demand for agricultural production.
Risks in AI over the collection and transmission of data
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Data privacy: AI and the GDPR
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