Algorithms in Society: Protecting people v protecting IP

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James Kitching, Solicitor - Corporate, Coffin Mew, discusses the growing controversy around the use of algorithms and AI affecting privacy

In December 2018, the AI Now Institute at New York University, an interdisciplinary research institute dedicated to understanding the social implications of AI technologies, released its annual rep...

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