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Welcome to Your Briefs

Algorithmic Bias | Towards greater Transparency, Fairness and Representation in automated systems design

Algorithmic Bias | Towards greater Transparency, Fairness and Representation in automated systems design

Algorithmic bias, hidden in code, is a mirror reflecting biases in the data it learns from. It can perpetuate discrimination, deny opportunities, and deepen social divides. Untangling these biases, both in algorithms and their underlying data, is crucial as they increasingly shape our lives and decisions.


AI | FinTech – Forget scorecards and turn your credit scoring into a money-making machine [VIDEO]

WiredBrief are delighted to bring to you an exciting event hosted by AI Waves, which looks at Nextbanks AI driven FinTech credit scoring solution and its ground-breaking implications for the financial sector.

Fundamentals - Drones

2021 UK Drone Ownership – The Law and Best Practice Tips

Someone has just very generously gifted you a Drone and you are excited to try it out. You and the Drone are both charged and ready to venture out on your first test flight to the smooth backdrop of Sinatra. Teeming with ideas you step outside. Suddenly however, you remember,


New AI Data Analytics toolkit launched by ICO

Top Story: The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has recently just published a new data analytics toolkit. The toolkit is expected to help organisational users of ‘Data analytics’ better understand whether their AI and Data Analytics practises, are compliant with relevant data protection regimes. This brief looks at the ICO’s toolkit and

An introduction to Blockchain and Crypto Assets


Have you ever wondered how Blockchain could transform the world and how companies are using its transformative power to bring about social change?

The consequences of the recent COVID-19 pandemic have allowed Blockchain to quickly rise in prominence over the past year to become one of the most prolific technologies on the market in 2021, but little is still known about it.

Join us at this exciting event where we will be covering:






The European Commission has delivered a new risk-assessment framework for trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (AI).

The new Risk-Assessment Framework provides practical guidance for Developers and Programmers who are building AI. A key consideration of the Risk-Assessment, was the innovations impacts on core human rights.

Check out this latest ‘Brief’ which looks at the main aspects of the European Commission’s Risk-Assessment Framework, outlining its key features whilst also bringing in some analysis from recent developments in tech.

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Generative AI and the Future of Work: A Paradigm Shift

The future of work isn’t coming; it’s here, and generative AI is its architect. This powerful technology, capable of creating content from data inputs, is poised to reshape industries, redefine job roles, and fundamentally alter how we approach work. As we stand on the brink of this new era, it’s


Legal Technology and its applications and implications for regulation and practice

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 UKs recently created contract tracing app, or how the Manchester law and technology initiative is

Developments at yale

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

Recent breakthroughs in biotechnology, like self-reproducing robots at Cornell and reanimated pig brains at Yale, are blurring the boundaries of life and death. These advancements raise profound ethical and legal questions about the creation of artificial life and the potential for human brain revival. As we navigate this uncharted territory, urgent discussions are needed to ensure these technologies are developed and used ethically and responsibly.


Why UK Road Traffic Law needs to be modernized before self-driving cars hit the roads – or us.

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?

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A Road Map for Driverless Cars: The UK’s Accelerated Journey Towards Autonomy in 2026

The UK’s Automated Vehicles Act of 2024 accelerates the rollout of driverless cars by 2026. This transition involves initial overridable self-driving cars, followed by fully autonomous vehicles, aiming to enhance safety and reduce congestion while addressing human and machine errors.