In preparation for speaking to the Westminster Forum last week, I crystallized my current thinking on the legal and regulatory aspects of the UK's ten-year National AI Strategy. In short, the … [Read more...] about The UK’s National AI Strategy: governance, regulation and law
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
"AI assurance" describes methods to assess and potentially certify AI systems. These methods may aim to measure or more loosely evaluate an AI system's performance, such as lack of bias, transparency, … [Read more...] about AI Assurance
The Queen's Speech earlier today (11 May 2021) contained confirmation that ground rents for almost all new residential leases will be abolished. This has been widely expected since the announcement … [Read more...] about Queen’s Speech confirms banning of new ground rents – A first step in leasehold reform?
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 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