Artificial Intelligence forges ahead of the law

Many countries’ laws are currently catching up with the need for changing laws as a result of the changing risk profile and social and other impacts which result resulting from use of AI and robots. It will be important to watch the status of legal and policy changes in order to consider your own company’s potential legal coverage and/or liability whether you are “selling” AI/robots or adopting their use

Charlotte Walker-Osborn, Head of Technology, Media and Telecoms Sector, with input from Christopher Chan, Intellectual Property law Partner, both at global law-firm Eversheds Sutherland, give us a brief perspective on the current status.

You can read the full Artificial Intelligence article here

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