Session 4: Everything’s coming together: What a converged tech future means for the tech sector
What should we expect as the Metaverse, NFTs, blockchain, smart contracts, cryptocurrencies, the Internet of Things and AI converge in new and innovative digital solutions? What computer science and data challenges are there going to be?
Session 3: Successfully navigating the regulation of tech M&A and investment
We are witnessing a significant impact of regulation on technology M&A and investment decisions in the sector. How should technology businesses (and those who wish to invest in them) navigate the increasing regulatory requirements, such as national security regimes and the new EU anti-subsidy regulation, in a way that maximises acquisition/investment outcomes and minimises the risk of regulatory intervention?
Session 2: Using smart contracts, computable contracting and AI to innovate: Law and disruptive tech
Some time back Norton Rose Fulbright took a decision to bring on board computer science expertise and a technology consulting function to help our clients maximise the opportunities where law and disruptive technologies intersect.
Session 1: EU’s digital strategy – new legislation on the way: What tech businesses need to do
With a remarkable amount of new legislation on the way, the EU has made clear its intention to lead the way on regulating key aspects of the technology sector – both in terms of market structure and in what technology businesses can and cannot do.
Artificial intelligence and bias
Will AI help us to create a better world – can data solve issues on poverty, mental health, climate change and inequality?
The Metaverse: Opportunities and challenges for businesses
BigTech, creative games and interactive entertainment businesses, infrastructure providers, consumer markets businesses, and a whole range of other potential stakeholders are now considering what the Metaverse will mean for them.
AI Regulation of financial institutions: EU and beyond
Regulation of artificial intelligence is on the way in many regions across the globe. The EU Commission has proposed an AI regulation that would apply to financial institutions, and governments elsewhere are considering their own regulatory responses.
Lloyd v Google LLC
The UK Supreme Court judgment in Lloyd v Google LLC, which was handed down on November 10, 2021, will have far reaching consequences for the future of data protection litigation, and the class action landscape in England & Wales more generally.