Governing AI in AustraliaIs there a case for regulation? 6pm – 8pmWednesday, 30 October 2019Kindly hosted by Herbert Smith Freehills The dawn of intelligent robots. Clouds and deep-learning machines. Big data and black-box algorithms. Artificial intelligence could upend every aspect of our lives. For one billion people with disability in the world, technology can transform… [Read More]
Harnessing telecommunications, media and technology to make our own luck 21 August 2019Hosted by Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers, Sydney As superfast broadband, 5G, Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things usher in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, governments around the world are recognising the strategic importance of the creative industries. The creative industries are fast growing,… [Read More]
Over the past 10 years or so, in the midst of all the cacophony of change we are well familiar with, a new creative industry was born. With my collaborator David Craig, a veteran Hollywood executive now teaching at the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, I have been examining the… [Read More]
This month Policy World interviews Chris Chapman, President of the IIC and the inaugural Chair of the ACMA: Read the full interview here.
According to website, International Law Office, the Chinese government’s growing concerns about certain aspects of blockchain have triggered a number of recent regulatory responses. Read more.
On 10 December 2018, the ACCC released its preliminary report for the Digital platforms inquiry. Written submissions in response to the preliminary report are due by 15 February 2019.