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Artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, big data and machine learning are terms that have quickly become part of the lexicon used to describe contemporary approaches to machine-enabled decision making. While these approaches have begun to have an impact on many business processes, they continue to stop well short of the more extreme claims that have been made of AI.
Predicting the future: Kennedys and Zelichov on how the Autonomous Vehicle Industry can reach its full potential
Autonomous vehicles (AVs) have been deliberated, trialled and tested for many years. Indeed, driverless technology is already used in many rail transport systems around the world. However, when it comes to the prospect of fully driverless road vehicles, the jury is still out.
We're bringing our ground-breaking virtual defence lawyer, KLAiM, to Australia. Using the collective knowhow of hundreds of Kennedys’ lawyers from around the globe, KLAiM allows clients to deal with litigation without needing to use a lawyer.
Head of Research and Development Karim Derrick discusses whether blockchain is dead by providing a status update on the technology.
A report on the first International Online Courts Forum held in London in December 2018. The forum was organised by HM Courts & Tribunal Service (HMCTS) and SCL, a charity committed to greater understanding of the impact of IT on law and legal practice.
We are pleased to announce that KLAiM, our ground-breaking virtual defence lawyer that allows clients to take more control over litigation, is being rolled out internationally and also to new lines.
With the launch in London this week of the First International Forum on Online Courts we reflect on progress in the £1 billion reform programme for the courts service.
In the final instalment of his three-part series of articles on blockchain in the insurance claims context, our Head of Research and Development, Karim Derrick, looks at what stands in the way of distributed ledger technology and its enormous potential.
In the second of a three-part series of articles on blockchain in the insurance claims context, our Head of Research and Development, Karim Derrick, explains how distributed ledger technology has been put into action.
Technology’s potential to transform how we live and work is more apparent than ever. We have seen this in finance, health services and transportation. The growth of click and collect and companies have radically altered our spending and eating habits, forcing changes in such areas as the retail, leisure and industrial sectors.