Reading Time: 2 minutes Top Story: The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has recently just published a new data analytics toolkit. The toolkit is expected to help organisational users of ‘Data analytics’ better understand whether their AI and Data Analytics practises, […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes The European Commission has delivered a new risk-assessment framework for trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The new Risk-Assessment Framework provides practical guidance for Developers and Programmers who are building AI. A key consideration of the Risk-Assessment, was the innovations impacts on core human rights.
Check out this latest ‘Brief’ which looks at the main aspects of the European Commission’s Risk-Assessment Framework, outlining its key features whilst also bringing in some analysis from recent developments in tech. […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes This latest article takes a look at current UK road traffic law and examines its suitability for regulating vehicle accidents involving self-driving vehicles. But notably whilst the law has traditionally been focused on placing liability on human ‘drivers’ who have until recently been at the heart of most road traffic accidents, would it still be right or even fair to argue the same in light of the growing capabilities of highly autonomous self-driving vehicles? […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes An introduction to the five stages of automation, beginning from 0, where the human driver is in control of the vehicle through to stage five where complete control is handed over to the on-board AI. […]
Managing Expectations: The Road to Driverless Cars and the Contributory Roles of Human and Machine Error
Reading Time: 4 minutes A Road Map for Driverless Cars provided by engineers has estimated that fully driverless cars could be on our roads from as early as 2030 but should we be worried? […]