Tag Archives: Regulation of artificial intelligence

Top 2024 Infrastructure and Operations Priorities for UK Leaders Published in Report by Info-Tech Research Group

As organisations prepare for the complexities of 2024, they face the task of not only maintaining their current IT operations but also adopting and integrating emerging technologies like generative AI (Gen AI). The Infrastructure & Operations Priorities 2024 report by Info-Tech Research Group aims to guide I&O leaders through this dual challenge. Continue reading

02Nov/23

Was The UK AI summit held at at Bletchley Park museum a recruitment for next generation of government agents?

November 2, 2023 — The UK AI Summit held at Bletchley Park Museum was not specifically a recruitment event for the next generation of government agents. However, it is likely that some of the attendees were interested in working for the government in some capacity, and it is possible that the government was looking to identify potential talent. Continue reading

28Sep/23

Does AI have a right to free speech? Only if it supports our right to free thought

Simon McCarthy-Jones, Trinity College Dublin

The world has witnessed breathtaking advances in generative artificial intelligence (AI), with ChatGPT being one of the best known examples. To prevent harm and misuse of the technology, politicians are now considering regulating AI. Yet they face an overlooked barrier: AI may have a right to free speech.

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26Sep/23

The recent victories of the WGA and Anil Kapoor are indicative of a future of creative-AI compatibility.

Sept. 26, 2023 /Entertainment/ — The recent victories for the WGA (Writers Guild of America) and Anil Kapoor are certainly indicative of a growing awareness of the need to protect creative workers in the age of AI. The WGA deal, in particular, is a significant step forward, as it ensures that writers will be compensated fairly for their work on streaming platforms. Kapoor’s court victory is also important, as it sets a precedent for protecting celebrities’ digital likenesses from unauthorized use.

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21Sep/23

The global survey of what news organisations are doing with artificial intelligence report produced by JournalismAI

Sept. 20, 2023 /Media/– In this comprehensive report,  more than 120 editors, journalists, technologists and mediamakers from 105 organisations across 46 different countries shared their insights and experience on what news organisations are doing with AI. Continue reading