Artificial Intelligence (AI)

The UK Online Safety Bill was proposed by the UK government to establish a new regulatory framework to tackle harmful content online and usher in a new age of accountability for tech companies. The bill will impose a duty of care on companies that offer user-generated content, in addition to search engines, to protect users

In the 2022 edition of our long-running annual podcast, partners in Mayer Brown’s Technology Transactions practice will discuss trends that will drive and shape technology transactions. This year’s program will focus on convergence of cloud, AI and data; innovation through new and complex collaborations; continued change in cybersecurity and privacy laws and priorities; increasing focus

This article is part three of a four-part series by Mayer Brown on the latest trends in digital transformation. Read part one here and part two here.

The rapid advancement of AI technologies in recent years means that regulators are engaged in a game of catch up. While the existing regulatory landscape is sparse

The UK government has published its National AI Strategy, which outlines the government’s plan for turning the UK into a global Artificial Intelligence (AI) powerhouse in the next ten years. This follows in the footsteps of earlier industrial and digital strategies published by the UK government which advocated for the adoption of AI. This

Seitdem die Datenschutz-Grundverordnung in Kraft trat, stehen Entwickler und Forschende im Bereich der automatisierten und vernetzten Mobilität immer wieder vor schwierigen Fragestellungen:

  • Welche Daten lassen sich wie DSGVO-konform verarbeiten? Was ist erlaubt, was nicht?
  • Wie können diese Daten anderen zur Verfügung gestellt werden?
  • Welche Unterschiede gibt es hierbei zwischen Universitätsinstituten, öffentlichen Einrichtungen und Unternehmen?

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On 21 April 2021, the European Commission proposed a new, transformative legal framework to govern the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the European Union. The proposal adopts a risk-based approach whereby the uses of artificial intelligence are categorised and restricted according to whether they pose an unacceptable, high, or low risk to human safety

The UK Digital Regulation Cooperation Forum (DRCF) – an initiative between the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), Ofcom and, from 1 April 2021, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) – has published its Work Plan for 2021 to 2022.

The Work Plan sets out how the four regulators propose to cooperate

On 30 July, the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO“) published new guidance on artificial intelligence (“AI“) and data protection. The ICO is also running a series of webinars to help organisations and businesses to comply with their obligations under data protection law when using AI systems to process personal data. This