Tag: artificial intelligence

The impact of AI on copyright law

Following public excitement around 'ChatGPT', aspiring barrister Jonathan Binns considers the impact of artificial intelligence on UK copyright law, and even asks the chatbot for its take

Dec 20 2022 8:52am

We quizzed the AI robot everyone is talking about

Hearsay, TC applications, Donoghue v Stevenson and more

Dec 6 2022 9:59am
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The Uffizi follows up Pornhub success by suing Jean Paul Gaultier

But does trouble lie in store when it comes to AI art?

Nov 7 2022 9:21am
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Has a robot really just hired a lawyer?

Chatbot seeks legal rep after becoming sentient, claims AI engineer

Jun 27 2022 12:22pm
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Mishcon teams up with UCL to fund lawtech PhD

Four-year fellowship will explore use of AI in legal sector

Apr 11 2022 9:50am

‘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

Mar 31 2022 9:50am
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AI in healthcare: a legal and ethical balancing act

Government paralegal Marie Le Frapper considers how best to strike the balance between providing users adequate protection and encouraging growth and investment

Aug 6 2021 10:15am

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

Mar 10 2021 11:57am

How tech is transforming the legal sector

A panel of Ashurst lawyers share their thoughts

Nov 27 2020 1:32pm

How technology will shape the legal profession over the next decade

Tara Waters, partner and head of Ashurst Advance Digital, discusses how law firms are embracing tech and what it means for future lawyers

Oct 21 2020 12:44pm

What Mediaeval animal trials can teach us about AI and the law

Future magic circle trainee William Holmes unlocks the method in 'Mediaeval madness'

Jul 21 2020 11:12am

British lawtech entrepreneur raises £9.6 million to fund ‘robot lawyer’ app

Joshua Browder's 'DoNotPay' has seen consumer demand skyrocket in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic

Jun 24 2020 11:17am

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

Mar 18 2020 10:25am

How technology is changing the business of law

Herbert Smith Freehills lawyers talk tech transforming the firm

Dec 12 2019 2:12pm

Lord Neuberger-backed AI contract drafting tool secures £2 million funding

It's currently being piloted by Clifford Chance, Pinsent Masons and Withers

Jul 24 2019 9:59am