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What Are the Regulatory Challenges Posed by Generative AI?

Posted by:Eva Brynjulfsen

Generative AI systems, which can produce human-like text, images, and design, have become widely used in society. Generative AI companies and apps like ChatGPT, Jasper and Stability AI have been attracting increased investments. Alongside the rising adoption of such tech are the concerns it raises in the AI governance community.

21 October

RAID’s “rich dialogue” unlocks global opportunities of tech governance

Posted by:Eva Brynjulfsen

At RAID (Regulation of Artificial intelligence, Internet and Data) H2 on October 10th, Online policymakers, regulators and industry united to work towards systems of “New Tech Governance for the New Globalization”.

The biannual conference highlighted the need for industry, regulators and governments to work together to unlock a range of opportunities for society, trade and economic growth.

04 July

AI’s balancing Act

Posted by:Eva Brynjulfsen

Legislating AI involves weighing up a range of human and industrial concerns, as speakers from UNESCO, Meta, the European Commission, national government and regulators explored at RAID Digital


When people think of the European Commission, they tend to think of legislation and regulation. But, as Juha Heikkilä, Adviser for Artificial Intelligence at the Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology explained, “The European Commission is not just a regulatory body, it is a funding agency.”

16 May

The customer must be at the centre of the digital strategy

Posted by:Colin Masson

Break down internal barriers to deliver highly tailored products and services

It’s easy to get obsessed with technology – it is the key enabler of today’s revolution – but the harder part of the transformation is cultural.

24 May

Is Artificial Intelligence Turning Financial Services on its Head

Posted by:Edwin Van Bommel

Of all the industries facing digital transformation, none face as turbulent an upheaval as financial services. The potential re-invention of industry models and re-definition of operational benchmarks made possible by Artificial Intelligence comes not a moment too soon for a sector being pressured from all sides to let go of its many outdated structures.

06 April

The age of the Service Robots

Posted by:Julian Binn

For many years robots have been an indispensable part of industrial production. Over the next three years 1.3 million additional production robots will enter service. How far has research in robotics and artificial intelligence come? In what direction is development going? Will robots replace humans one day? A conversation with Frank Kirchner, Head of Research Department of the Robotics Innovation Center at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence in Karlsruhe, on the state of things.

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RAID Conference and Exhibition addresses new innovations and disruptive technologies in areas of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Internet-of-Things and Data


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