The first of Professor Stuart Russell's "Reith Lectures" for the BBC was recorded tonight. The lecture series, "Living with Artificial Intelligence", will focus on the profound and potentially … [Read more...] about Stuart Russell on AI Regulation
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In R (The National Farmers Union & Another) v Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs & Another, the court found that the Secretary of State (the 'SofS') had lawfully made … [Read more...] about Court upholds refusal of badger culling licence
The UK's Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) has published its Review into bias in algorithmic decision-making, calling for "active steps to anticipate risks and measure outcomes" and … [Read more...] about UK CDEI publishes review of bias in algorithmic decision-making
The case of R (On the Application Of Adiatu & Anor) v Her Majesty's Treasury  EWHC 1554 (Admin) concerned challenges certain decisions made by the Treasury in relation to the availability of … [Read more...] about Administrative Court finds the decision not to include gig workers in the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme lawful