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European Banking Authority Responds to European Commission Public Consultation on Fintech: Potential Takeaways for Canada

Posted in AI and Machine Learning, Big Data, Cybersecurity, Financial, FinTech

In March 2017, the European Commission issued a public consultation document on Fintech.  The goal of the European Commission (EC) document is to further the objective of a digital single market within Europe.  This will be done by supporting the development of digital infrastructure,  improving access to goods and services, and ensuring rules foster technological… → Read More

Lawyers need to keep up with AI

Posted in AI and Machine Learning, Big Data

For decades, novelists, scientists, mathematicians, futurists and science fiction enthusiasts have imagined what an automated society might look like. Artificial intelligence, or AI, is rapidly evolving, and the society we could only once imagine may be on the brink of becoming our new reality. Simply, and generally, AI refers to the ability of a computer… → Read More

Impacts of Artificial Intelligence Remain Grey Areas, says White House Report

Posted in AI and Machine Learning, Cybersecurity, Privacy

Earlier this month the Executive Office of the President’s National Science and Technology Council (the “NTSC”) released a report entitled Preparing for the Future of Artificial Intelligence. The report surveys the current state of artificial intelligence (“AI”). The NTSC foretells of a future where AI technologies play a growing role in society – opening up… → Read More