Explainability (and its sibling, interpretability) is arguably the most important new legal concept developed in response to the creation of highly complex artificial intelligence models trained on massive amounts of data and computer power.

Explainability

Continue Reading Explainability, misrepresentation, and the commercialization of artificial intelligence

Written by: Sarah Turner, Liam Blackford, Bridie Barton

On 20 December 2023, the UK Supreme Court handed down its long awaited judgment in Thaler v. Comptroller-General of PatentsDesigns and Trademarks, dismissing Stephen

Continue Reading Guest Blog: UK Supreme Court confirms inventor must be a real person, providing critical guidance on AI-generated inventions

As the new administration staffs up and Capitol Hill lawmakers begin to contemplate post-pandemic priorities, countering China’s advances in artificial intelligence and other disruptive technologies has emerged as a major driving force for US policymakers.
Continue Reading Technology, artificial intelligence in focus for the Biden Administration and the 117th Congress: Seen through the lens of competition with China

The Trump Administration has unveiled its long-awaited guidelines governing how federal agencies should develop and use artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.
On January 7, the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Office
Continue Reading White House issues guidelines for regulatory and non-regulatory approaches to artificial intelligence