I’ve just spent the last couple of days at LegalTech, a big conference in New York that (in theory) brings together the best technology solutions that can be applied (read: sold) to the legal sector. I’ve come away from the conference rather confused.

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Nick Bostrom’s book is a comprehensive assessment of the risk of ‘super intelligence’ and what the human race will need to do in order to avert global disaster. Super-intelligence is used here in its broadest sense – it is not limited to artificial intelligence but includes (and

As many of us know, the insurance sector is in a low growth phase, not helped by ever-increasing regulation and compliance and the inevitable ‘margin pressure’. But the biggest change driver in the sector, in my opinion, must be the rapidly increasing customer expectations. Customers really do want it all:

There was a fascinating article from Cambridge University this week which describes how a robot has designed better ‘babies’ for itself. A few commentators dismissed this as ‘AI hubris’, but, for me, this is a very significant development in the advancement (good or bad) of artificial intelligence.

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