The race on regulating artificial intelligence continues, and the last week has been busier than usual on AI law developments.
Here you can read some articles on Italian and international technology law issues, like Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) law issues drafted by either Giulio Coraggio or the other authors of GamingTechLaw.
A parallel between the history of the Titanic and the current legal landscape provides a vivid depiction of the profound shift lawyers shall be experiencing to survive with the rise of technologies like artificial intelligence.
In a world where data is hailed as the new oil, fueling the engines of the digital economy, recent cases involving Google and Meta have brought to light a concerning intersection between privacy violations and potential antitrust breaches.
The US Government has achieved a major milestone on Artificial Intelligence (AI) by securing voluntary commitments from leading AI companies to comply with rules in managing the risks posed by this transformative technology.