July 4, 2019

Tanya Aplin, Intellectual Property Law Professor at the Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London, spoke on the cutting edge of 'artistic' creativity generated by artificial intelligence (AI). Defining AI is difficult, and there is no general consensus but she proposed a functional definition of AI as « a set of techniques enabling machines to perform tasks typically requiring human interve...

June 28, 2019

Mary Honeyball got the C8 Associates ball rolling by presenting the ambitious program of the European Union for the digital single market to a captivated audience, composed of intellectual property officers, lawyers, scholars, and copyright professionals. She reminded us that the EU agenda aims to provide a wide regulatory framework for the digital sphere ensuring, for the online world, the free mo...

The EU elections attracted the biggest turnout for quarter of a century, bucking the trend of declining interest in the EU among European voters.

It was spurred by Brexiteers and their national equivalents, matched by internationalists who wanted to show their pro-European credentials.

But there was no clear manifesto on either side and the result is a curate’s egg.

The two largest parties are the Eur...