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Global business leaders have concerns about decisions and omissions made by artificial intelligence (AI) systems despite their wide adoption in the private sector, a survey by Dentons has found. The vast majority (81 per cent) of businesses cited personal data protection as a significant concern, ye

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Lawyers could use “performance-enhancing medication” in the future to maintain parity with machines, according to a new report from the Law Society of England and Wales. Images of the Future Worlds Facing the Legal Profession 2020-2030 also suggests that artificial intelligence could hal

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Patrick Penninckx, head of the information society department at the Council of Europe conducted a webinar entitled Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights this week. It was organised by the European Law Students Association (ELSA) as part of a series of webinars on law and technology. The spe

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Computer algorithms must be regulated to ensure the digital world is not lawless, Supreme Court justice Lord Sales has said. Delivering the Sir Henry Brooke Lecture at the British and Irish Legal Information Institute, Lord Sales called for the creation of an expert commission to counter the “

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Iain Mitchell QC clears some of the confusion surrounding artificial intelligence ahead of the AI Beyond the Hype event in Edinburgh this month. In October, 2017, Saudi Arabia conferred citizenship on Sophia. The puzzling thing is that Sophia is a robot, even more human-looking than the archety

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Human beings should always know if they are directly interacting with another human or an artificial intelligence (AI), a report highlighting a series of "critical concerns" about future AI systems has warned. The report from the European Commission's High-Level Expert Group on AI listed a number of

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