Artificial intelligence, commonly known as ‘AI’, has been a hot topic of late, generating many conversations about how it might impact across a whole range of areas.
We are, of course, only just starting to consider the possibilities and there are many unanswered questions. This AI hub is therefore about bringing together interesting insights and developments from Ashfords lawyers, our clients and our wider contacts to look at how AI could impact business and the law as its use evolves. From client Q&A videos, podcasts, webinars and articles from the experts – discover how AI will impact business and the law in various specialist areas.
But where do we start? To kick things off, we asked ChatGPT two questions: to describe itself in one paragraph and then to outline how AI will impact the law, here’s what it said:
Dive into the fascinating world of AI and the law with our series of engaging episodes, to uncover how AI could shape the future.
We’ve invited our clients and legal experts for captivating discussions on the topic, ranging across different sectors including intellectual property, technology, commercial litigation plus construction and infrastructure.Listen to the latest episode Unlock the full series
In our articles below, we attempt to answer this question in relation to the various types of intellectual property as recognised under UK law.
Part 1 - An introduction to Due Diligence and AI: Giving ‘data room’ to reveal itself
Part 2 - AI and M&A: a breakdown of the challenges and benefits
Part 3 - How using AI can affect venture capital and due diligence
Part 4 - Opportunities and drawbacks of AI and private equity due diligence
Part 5 - Due diligence and AI - where does this leave us?