The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries has produced guidance for its members on "ethical or professional issues when carrying out data-science related work". Rebecca Keating and Laura Wright, authors … [Read more...] about Actuaries tackle the ethics of AI and data science
The US National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence has concluded that IP policy for AI is a US "national security priority" and has called for a review of patent eligibility for AI-related … [Read more...] about Will the US drive greater IP protection for AI?
The House of Lords, the UK's upper legislative chamber, has published a further report on Artificial Intelligence, focussing on ethical AI, safeguards over the use of data, support for jobs and new … [Read more...] about UK House of Lords warns against complacency towards AI
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA") has published research suggesting misused algorithms may reduce competition in digital markets and harm consumers. The paper, Algorithms: How they … [Read more...] about UK competition authority publishes research on harm by algorithm
The UK Intellectual Property Office's Manual of Patent Practice has been updated to reflect the the UK High Court's decision concerning the "DABUS" inventions. The Court held that patent protection … [Read more...] about UKIPO patent guidance updated for DABUS judgment
The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation ("CDEI") published a report on its Review Into Bias In Algorithmic Decision-making on 27 November 2020 ("the Report"). The Report examined the use of data and … [Read more...] about The CDEI reports on the use of data and AI in financial services