Trends in information technology law: looking ahead to 2017

As we go into 2017 the incipient ‘technologisation’ or ‘IT-isation’, if you’ll excuse the terms, of our lives is gathering pace and becoming much plainer to see. The first few days of December 2016 alone have seen a number of significant developments: Michigan, the home of the US motor industry, became the first state to enact a comprehensive set of state regulations for autonomous vehicles;[1] Amazon announced its ‘Just Walk Out’ technology-enabled physical shop that does away with the check-out;[2] and Google’s Deep Mind subsidiary open sourced its core AI research platform.[3] Whilst there is no easily observable overarching theme to unite these developments, they all centre on big data and can be grouped into building blocks around the cloud, AI and digital, and in combination constitute what has become…


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