Mondaq UK: Technology
Herbert Smith Freehills
In March 2019 the European Commission intends to finalise AI Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Mayer Brown
The landscape for cyberattacks is constantly evolving. Attacks are becoming more global and sophisticated ...
Jones Day
We expect that the EU regulatory framework will be amended in order to close some or all of the gaps identified by ESMA.
Jersey Finance Limited
It's actually been quite timely that, during a week when there was much political uncertainty, particularly in the UK with Brexit negotiations still the source of much confusion and MPs resigning
Dentons
Quantum computers are no longer in the realms of science fiction. But how are they different from classical computers?
Kemp IT Law
Traditional on-premise IT is migrating to the cloud and providing attractive benefits like provisioning flexibility, new services, helping with digital transformation, speed of deployment and cost efficiencies.
Marks & Clerk
Accountancy firm RSM reported that the number of new tech start-ups in the UK grew 14 per cent last year.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is inviting organisations to help develop a framework for future auditing of artificial intelligence (AI).
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The UK Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) released its 2019/20 Work Programme and Two-year strategy to enhance the benefits of data and Artificial Intelligence for the UK society and economy on 20 March 2019.
Hogan Lovells
The UK Code is voluntary but the UK Government was keen to work with ETSI to develop it into a global standard.
Gowling WLG
Blockchain is a term that is beginning to increasingly appear in business conversations. Decision makers are starting to consider whether their businesses should invest in blockchain
Clyde & Co
The possibilities opened up by technologies such as blockchain could revolutionise international trade; but there are legal challenges that remain to be confronted.
Gowling WLG
ompared with some other regulators globally, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been 'hands off' in its approach to the fast-growing and often controversial crypto industry.
BCL Solicitors LLP
There has been a notable lack of FCA enforcement in the crypto sector to date.
Dentons
Following our successful campaign on blockchain, as part of our TechTalks series we are now focusing our attention on Robotic Process Automation (RPA).
Proskauer Rose LLP
On January 23, 2019, the UK Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") issued its widely anticipated "Guidance on Cryptoassets" consultation paper CP19/3 (the "Consultation").
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
On 6 March 2019, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) will host a fact-finding forum in central London. The aim of this forum is to facilitate a dialogue between ad-tech stakeholders.
Clyde & Co
Quadriga CX may have lost access to millions of dollars worth of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Fenwick Elliott LLP
"Risk and contract management" may sound boring and tedious to some. However, when it comes to keeping on top of your construction contracts, nothing could be more important.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) recently launched a consultation on its proposed guidance on cryptoassets (CP19/3) which can be read in full here.
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Clyde & Co
The research also found that GCs and board members consider data breaches and cyber-attacks to be the greatest threat linked to the use of technology.
Dentons
The insurance market is changing rapidly, driven by shifting customer expectations and technology progress. IoT and connected devices are transforming the industry,
Kemp IT Law
Traditional on-premise IT is migrating to the cloud and providing attractive benefits like provisioning flexibility, new services, helping with digital transformation, speed of deployment and cost efficiencies.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The Select Committee on Communications of the House of Lords (Committee) published a report discussing UK regulation of ‘digital services facilitated by the internet'.
Marks & Clerk
Accountancy firm RSM reported that the number of new tech start-ups in the UK grew 14 per cent last year.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Background – the European Banking Authority (EBA) issued at the end of Feb 2019 its revised Guidelines on Outsourcing arrangements (Guidelines). These are the first wholesale update since 2006
Kemp IT Law
On 11 March, DWF Group under the leadership of CEO Andrew Leaitherland and Chairman Sir Nigel Knowles became the first law firm to IPO on the London Stock Exchange's main market at market cap of £366 million.
Marks & Clerk
AI is posing unique challenges to tech companies. Claire Hutson from Marks & Clerk shares why a strong portfolio of trade marks is essential for any firms involved with AI.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) recently published its report on ‘Security and privacy considerations in autonomous agents'.
Clyde & Co
The commodities industry faces a difficult year ahead with an ever changing political landscape, a US - China trade war and the introduction of innovative technology: this will present new challenges,
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