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AI and big data in the healthcare sector

Artificial intelligence algorithms and big data are already being used in hospitals and other areas of healthcare and diagnostics. What exactly does this mean for patients and for those seeking to overcome the legal challenges?

1 July 2019

by Thanos Rammos, LL.M.

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Commercial & consumer contracts

ICO focuses on AI and biometric data

21 May 2019

by Debbie Heywood

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Disputes & investigations

The next instance? Artificial intelligence meets litigation in the UK

16 May 2019
Briefing

by Laurence Lieberman

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Interface - Robo ART

Does the use of AI to create art infringe copyright?

30 April 2019
IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS

by Timothy Pinto

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Interface - Robo ART

Robo ART! - who is the author of AI created art?

We turn to the question of authorship for a work created by artificial intelligence.

9 April 2019

by Timothy Pinto

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Disputes & investigations

AI, risk allocation and liability

8 April 2019

by Dr. Philipp Behrendt, LL.M. (UNSW)

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Interface - Robo ART

Robo ART! - 'originality' under pressure

To what extent are the UK and EU originality tests different?

13 March 2019

by Timothy Pinto

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Robo ART! - Copyright originality

Whilst it is impressive that UK legislation had included provisions relating to such technically advanced works since 1988, this doesn’t mean it has all the answers.

6 March 2019

by Timothy Pinto

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Copyright & media law

Robo ART! - The human 'hand' and levels of AI

30 January 2019

by Timothy Pinto

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