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The European Commission has written to Google, Microsoft, Meta, X and other tech giants to request information on how they are mitigating the risks of generative AI. The formal requests for information have been sent under the Digital Services Act (DSA) and identify risks such as so-called ‘ha

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The EU's landmark AI Act has been approved by MEPs, the last major milestone on its road to becoming law. The regulation, agreed in negotiations with member states in December 2023, was endorsed by MEPs with 523 votes in favour, 46 against and 49 abstentions.

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Maples and Calder, the Maples Group's law firm, has announced a roll-out of OpenAI-backed legal AI platform Harvey AI across parts of the firm. Following a pilot, the firm is deploying Harvey to over 140 global partners and a select group of senior professionals to explore how the technology can del

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A&L Goodbody has announced a new partnership with Harvey AI, becoming the first Irish law firm to onboard the generative AI platform aimed at the legal industry. The new technology will be used to "enhance" the firm's offering on document analysis, due diligence, litigation and regulatory compli

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The Irish government has welcomed a further milestone on the EU's landmark AI Act becoming law. The proposed AI Act has now been unanimously endorsed by all EU member states. It still requires the approval of the European Parliament, which is expected in the coming weeks.

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An extremely advanced draft of the EU's landmark AI Act has been leaked online ahead of a key vote. Euractiv tech editor Luca Bertuzzi yesterday published an 892-page document which was shared with EU countries on Sunday, which compares the consolidated draft with three earlier proposals.

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More than eight in 10 business leaders are likely to invest in AI tools and technologies this year, according to a survey by Mason Hayes & Curran. The business law firm polled more than 300 attendees at a recent webinar titled 'Artificial Intelligence — When Law and Business Collide', whic

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A consultant at William Fry, an in-house lawyer at OpenAI and a law professor at Trinity College Dublin are among the members of a new advisory council helping to shape the Irish government's approach to artificial intelligence.

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Business law firm Mason Hayes & Curran has published a new legal guide to global regulatory trends and developments in artificial intelligence (AI). The Artificial Intelligence Review covers the EU's AI Act, the first legislative regulation of AI globally, which is expected to pass into law this

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The European Commission has said it is examining whether Microsoft's investment in OpenAI is reviewable under EU merger rules as part of greater scrutiny of competition in the AI industry. The Commission today launched two calls for contributions on competition in virtual worlds and generative AI an

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The UK Supreme Court has upheld decisions rejecting an attempt to allow AI to be named an inventor on a patent application. Dr Stephen Thaler had tried to have his AI, named Dabus, recognised as the inventor of a food container and a flashing light beacon.

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Judges can use generative AI technology like ChatGPT to assist in producing judgments but should not use them for legal research, landmark new guidance in England and Wales sets out. The new judicial guidance on AI states: "Judges are not generally obliged to describe the research or preparatory wor

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