There has been a great deal of publicity relating to algorithms or AI being “appointed” to boards, but what roles can AI have in the boardroom?
AI: Balancing the opportunities and the risks
The UK government has announced that it will allocate funding towards the development of Artificial Intelligence.
Robo-directors in the boardroom
Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly developing and may in the future get a seat at the boardroom table.
Widely anticipated Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill progresses through UK Parliament
The Bill will pave the way for driverless cars on UK roads by extending compulsory motor insurance to autonomous vehicles. Read more >
Artificial intelligence routed to gain juristic personality (Estonia)
Estonia may become the first country in the world to grant AI some form of juristic personality, giving robots personal rights and responsibilities. Read more >
Data privacy: AI and the GDPR
The WP 29 Guidelines on Automated Decision-making are likely to profoundly impact AI-based business models. Read more >
Chatbots gone wild? Some ethical considerations
Chatbots can involve ethical decision-making when they autonomously interact with users. Read more >
AI and detection of competition / antitrust law violations
The UK Government has issued a report on Growing the Artificial Intelligence Industry in the UK.
The House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence publishes responses to call for evidence
Companies and industry experts respond to public call for evidence on AI.Read more >
New research on the use of an AI “gaydar” raises legal as well as ethical questions
We look at a recent article from the Guardian.