• This article from the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology (Regulating Artificial Intelligence Systems: Risks, Challenges, Competencies, and Strategies by Matthew U. Scherer of Littler Mendelson), is a bit long and complex, but it is the most thorough treatment of the issue (regulating AI) I have seen.

 

  • In Darwin, Australia, Ailira (Artificially Intelligent Legal Information Resource Assistant) is the latest development in A2J providers. “It can help clients with consumer legal advice from wills to business structuring and asset protection, as well as tax professionals for tax law research. With a few clicks of a button, a client can enter their details and will then be asked a few simple questions by Ailira, before the robot generates a fully certified will.” Cool.

 

  • Canada’s Stikeman Elliott has engaged iManage for work product management.

 

  • “As if the mere phrase “killer robots” weren’t scary enough, AI researchers and policy advocates have put together this 7-minute video that combines present-tense AI and drone technologies with future-tense nightmares.”

 

  • From the NYT, “5 Technologies that will Rock your World,” and they’re all AI-related.

 

  • Here’s a thorough update on AI surveillance systems ending with the admonition, “the use of AI systems in criminal justice calls for scrutiny to ensure legal safeguards, transparency and procedural rights.”