Reading Time: < 1 minute Are you interested in finding out more about: the applications of Legal Technology to delivering social justice during the Covid 19 pandemic, the ICO’s approach to the regulation of novel IT solutions, such as the […]
The ‘Notre-Dame tipping point’ – A study of key events in Biotechnology, what it means to be alive and whether things will actually ever be the same once the ‘fire’ has passed
Reading Time: 4 minutes Break through developments in Biotechnology concerning the recent restoration of ‘pig brains’ at Yale and the growth of organic robots at Cornell suggest that what it means to be ‘alive’ and human might not be as clearly cut out as first thought.
This ‘Brief’ delves into the studies placing them into their legal and social contexts whilst providing perspective on the difficult questions and issues they also raise.
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? […]
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? […]