We have identified four general principles that any organisation wanting to use facial recognition technology should consider following this judgement (as the context and grounds of appeal are to some … [Read more...] about What do organisations thinking of using facial recognition software need to do following the Court of Appeal judgement in R (Bridges) v CC South Wales?
How do you rate customer service in pensions in the UK? If you rate customer service experiences from great to awful, how high up the list would you place dealing with pension schemes? For many … [Read more...] about How artificial intelligence could lead to a customer service revolution in pension savings
If you have received a member benefits statement on paper through the letterbox, experienced the daunting prospect of dealing with member records that are stored on microfiche or searched through … [Read more...] about Artificial intelligence and pensions – how technology is changing the industry
On 30 July the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) released its Guidance of Artificial Intelligence and Data Protection. Simon McDougall, the ICO's Deputy Commissioner, says that the … [Read more...] about New guidance on AI and data protection from the ICO
On 22 June 2020, the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) hosted a webinar on the future regulation of artificial intelligence. The event was led by Lord Clement-Jones … [Read more...] about A conversation on the future regulation of AI
On 17 July 2020 the High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG), the group of experts appointed by the European Commission to support the implementation of the European Strategy on … [Read more...] about New EC guidance on “trustworthy” artificial intelligence