Service or Sector: Technology

The AI Safety Summit and the path to AI regulation 

The UK is laser-focused on the frontier  The UK’s AI Safety Summit is fast approaching; industry and governments will gather to discuss risks of advanced AI at Bletchley Park this week. Guests include US Vice President Kamala Harris, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres and a range of leading industry […]
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31 Oct, 2023

Old rules for the new age of artificial intelligence (AI) in financial services 

Roadmap for AI financial regulation  The coming weeks will see UK policymakers set the direction of travel for regulating artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in financial services.  In October 2022, the FCA, the Bank, and the PRA launched exploratory work, encouraging a discussion on the use and regulation of AI and ML in […]
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23 Oct, 2023

Virtual worlds standardisation: What next for the EU? Key challenges and opportunities

While the debate on AI regulation continues to grab media headlines and the attention of policymakers worldwide, discussions on virtual worlds have quietly continued. Regulators around the world are trying to find the right balance between introducing or updating policies to mitigate potential harms of virtual worlds while maximising the potential of these technologies for […]
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06 Jul, 2023

UK-US cooperation on the digital economy: reasons to celebrate?

Headlines coming out of Rishi Sunak’s recent visit to the US focused on the UK-US ‘Atlantic Declaration’. The Declaration covers a range of areas for bilateral cooperation, with a significant focus on digital and tech. This includes substantive commitments on the UK-US data bridge and cooperation on emerging technologies including AI, as well as a […]
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20 Jun, 2023

The EU’s Data Act: a new market or a major risk?

With Spring in full swing, the EU’s legislators have begun the final stage of negotiations on the Data Act: the EU’s sweeping new law to build a single market for data for the 27 Member States. Businesses must be ready for the possibility that an early agreement is reached before the end of Summer – […]
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17 Apr, 2023

Stuck in the middle? Finding the UK’s role in the global innovation race 

The UK must find its global niche in emerging technology industries, as reduced domestic political volatility coincides with an increase in geopolitical tensions. As Labour prepares its policies in this area, the March Budget and the rest of the year will see the UK Government making major decisions with impacts on innovation, R&D and the […]
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10 Mar, 2023
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