Beginning today, this blog will no longer cover cybersecurity or blockchain per se. There’s just too much out there for me to do justice to AI and blockchain (including cryprocurrencies). I will continue to include news about blockchain that is directly AI-related. At the same time, I will redouble my efforts to cover access
- This story has received VERY wide coverage, with headlines including:
Stephen Schwarzman Makes Anchor Gift For New $1 Billion School Of Artificial Intelligence At MIT;
MIT announces $1b outlay for study of artificial intelligence, computing;
M.I.T. Plans College for Artificial Intelligence, Backed by $1 Billion;
MIT commits $1 billion to make AI part…
- Here’s a deeper dive into Ron Friedmann’s argument that legal tech is in the midst of “evolution” rather than a “revolution”. It’s an interesting read, well-reasoned with several examples. “…(I)n-house counsel change buying habits slowly, which in turn slows legal innovation.” I love that he focuses on the “voice of the client,” as should we
- From Hogan Lovells‘ Lloyd Parker: “According to a survey of over 200 brand owners, AI will revolutionise trademark prosecution and enforcement over the next five years.”
- From Hogan Lovells and the University of Birmingham, here’s a discussion of Artificial Intelligence – time to get regulating?
- It seems to be Hogan Lovells day.
- Here, from Kira Systems, is a good primer on Contract Analysis AI. Contract Analysis Software: The Technology Fundamentals.
- There’s more news about contracts re: “ABBYY®, a global provider of content intelligence services, today announced the launch of ABBYY Text Analytics for Contracts, a managed service that automatically discovers insights from contracts and leases
- Read this. HT to Michael O’Horo for the link to this HBR article by Michael Porter and James E. Heppelmann. Augmented reality is an important innovation that will have (and is having) major impact on many industries. I wouldn’t rate its importance as comparable to AI, nanotechnology, Blockchain or genetic engineering, but it’s