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Driverless Vehicles and the Moral Algorithm

Driverless Vehicles and the Moral Algorithm

Stuart Young refers to some detailed research and the reality behind driverless vehicles and looks at ways of regulating moral programming in order to move forward in this area


AI and DP

Laurence Eastham offers a guarded welcome to a lengthy discussion paper from the ICO

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SAP v Diageo and Limits on Licences

Andrew Crystal and Eliot Henderson cover a significant ruling for software customers and providers, in which the High Court found that Diageo breached the ‘Named User’ pricing mechanism of its software licence agreement with SAP.


Privacy and mHealth Apps: EU Draft Code of Conduct

Pearse Ryan, Colin Rooney and Hugh McCarthy take a careful look at the key features of the European Commission’s draft code of conduct on privacy for mobile health applications


Mind Over Matter? Part II: Implied Terms

Alex Shattock and Gideon Shirazi weigh the impact of recent Supreme Court judgments on claims relating to implied terms and contemplate their impact in the context of some common tech project scenarios


Reference Class Forecasting and Realistic Tech Contracts

Michael Bywell suggests one route to overcoming cognitive delusion, deception and strategic manipulation in technology projects. He suggests that reference class forecasting may provide an answer and considers the legal implications.


A Call to Regulate Frankenstein

Falk Schoening, Rod Freeman and Sebastian Polly consider the European Parliament’s call for new rules for robots


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