The Uffizi follows up Pornhub success by suing Jean Paul Gaultier
But does trouble lie in store when it comes to AI art?
AI creativity machine to have its day in Supreme Court
Decision likely to come next year
Has a robot really just hired a lawyer?
Chatbot seeks legal rep after becoming sentient, claims AI engineer
Mishcon teams up with UCL to fund lawtech PhD
Four-year fellowship will explore use of AI in legal sector
‘A new Wild West’: Lords urge better oversight of AI in justice
Justice and Home Affairs Committee warns legislation is failing to keep pace with tech
Has the Court of Appeal just trapped inventors in 1421?
Future magic circle trainee Will Holmes considers the ‘historically absurd’ definition of inventor following this week’s DABUS patent ruling
How Brunelleschi’s boat is shaping the future of AI
Bristol University student and future trainee William Holmes explains how the Italian Renaissance has informed modern IP law
Robot judges determining guilt through speech and body temperature ‘commonplace’ within 50 years, AI guru predicts
Sci-fi style justice sooner than we think?
What Mediaeval animal trials can teach us about AI and the law
Future magic circle trainee William Holmes unlocks the method in ‘Mediaeval madness’
Machine-learnt bias? Algorithmic decision making and access to criminal justice
The pressure on our criminal justice system is mounting — but is algorithmic decision making the way forward? Queen Mary law grad Marina Wojcik addresses some of the concerns
Director of top London lawtech company Luminance faces US extradition over fraud allegations
Slaughter and May is a high profile backer of business
2020s is the decade of legal change, says Richard Susskind
Exclusive interview: AI and online courts will flourish and replace ‘old ways of working’
Cambridge law student launches Lord Denning-inspired search engine
It seeks to draw on spirit of great judge through artificial intelligence