Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionising everything from industrial production to cancer diagnosis. But as well as tremendous upsides it also carries risks. The articles below tackle different aspects of the AI debate, from explaining what ‘AI technology’ really does to examining how it is testing legal frameworks around product liability, intellectual property and even human rights. Our AI hub aims to demystify this rapidly developing technology and explore how it intersects with regulation and the law.
Further reading on the implications of AI
Can you own AI?
With Giles Pratt, Emily Rich and Sonja Mross, Freshfields
The AI patent boom
By Dr. Sonja Mroß and Wolrad Prinz zu Waldeck und Pyrmont, Freshfields
Product liability in the AI age
By Andrew Austin, Freshfields
Who owns the output?
By Giles Pratt and Emily Rich, Freshfields
Inside Europe's AI strategy
By Eugene McQuaid, Freshfields
Can we trust machines that 'think'?
By Jess Steele, Freshfields
How will AI be controlled?
By Professor Ryan Calo, University of Washington
AI technology: a lawyer's guide
By Giles Pratt and Sam Hancock, Freshfields
By Timandra Harkness, Author of Big data: does size matter
Harnessing AI to reduce risk
Identifying the impact of a new anti-bribery and corruption law