My paper, “Computer Says ‘No’ - automation, algorithms and artificial intelligence in Government decision-making“ has been published in The Judicial Review by the Judicial Commission of New South Wales. The paper is an updated and extended version of a presentation in May to the UNSW Law Public Sector Law & Governance Seminar.
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There are many good reasons to brief barristers (early, and often!). A recent study by the UK Bar Standards Board (BSB) provides important insights into how the delivery of legal services is evolving at the Bar.Read More
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Report of visit to Infiniti LAB HKG, the Renault-Nissan backed Accelerator hub, and the joint British and Australian Hong Kong Chambers of Commerce "Insurtech" event.Read More
The Australian Government announces a 'regulatory sandbox' for FinTech startups.Read More
It takes time and effort to use social media effectively; here are my thoughts and suggestions.Read More
Forget the mining boom, Australia. It's time for the data mining boom.Read More