A fundamental digital shift affects all hierarchy levels in the working environment and therefore requires a critical review of roles, functions, hierarchies and values in the corporations.
AI and Insurance: Getting your house in order – planning for an intelligent future
The insurance industry is looking at the means to develop new business models that rely on the mining of large data sets in order to identify customers, price risk and analyse claims.
AI and Drug Development: The current landscape and IP considerations
AI has the potential to revolutionise the pharmaceuticals industry. Key considerations include how to monetise these innovations and what types of IP protection are available for AI-influenced drug discoveries?
Maximising the benefits of AI – supra-national considerations
A recent EC draft guidance document on a European approach to AI surveys the opportunities stemming from the use of AI for the European industry and the potential socio-economic impact of AI on EU citizens.
Submissions now open to Artificial Intelligence Stakeholders: Canada’s Copyright Act Review
As the protection and use of artificial intelligence technologies is significantly influenced by both the Patent Act and Copyright Act, this is an important opportunity for artificial intelligence stakeholders.
Artificial Intelligence: Steps towards an ethical and legal framework
The European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies has called upon the EC to launch a process to develop an internationally recognised ethical and legal framework for the use and governance of AI.
Risks in AI over the collection and transmission of data
In the recent edition of the Journal of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Law, Paul Keller and Sue Ross consider keys questions around the collection and transmission of data in relation to AI.
Artificial Intelligence: The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the need for improved employee representation in the Netherlands
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Rapid technology changes, such as AI and autonomous vehicles, are affecting most business models. The key question for employees and employers is how better to anticipate the changes to the labour market.
Will artificial intelligence need human rights training?
The Financial Post interviews Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP’s patent and trademark lawyer Maya Medeiros on Artificial Intelligence’s discriminatory biases.
How AI is taking hold in the shipping industry
Artificial intelligence (AI) is helping the shipping industry to become increasingly dynamic, supported by a number of leading maritime nations and creating opportunities throughout the industry.