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What if technologies challenged our ethical norms?

European Parliament Think Tank – What if technologies challenged our ethical norms? “Exploring the relationship between ethics and technological innovation has always been a challenging task for policy-makers. Ethical considerations concerning the impact of research and innovation (R&I) are increasingly … Continue reading

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What if technologies had their own ethical standards?

European Parliament – What if technologies had their own ethical standards? “Technologies are often seen either as objects of ethical scrutiny or as challenging traditional ethical norms. The advent of autonomous machines, deep learning and big data techniques, blockchain applications and … Continue reading

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Ten Ag Technologies that are Changing Agriculture

I spoke at the National Ag Law Center's Ag Tech & the Law Conference recently and was asked to give an overview of the emerging issues.  Here's the list of 10 ag technologies I provided in my discussion, together with … Continue reading

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Table of Disruptive Technologies

Tech Foresight: “A dashboard of 100 wonderful, weird (and possibly worrying) ways the world might change in the foreseeable future. The purpose of this publication is to make individuals and institutions future ready. Also, to make people think, at least … Continue reading

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Three Technologies Transforming the Legal Field

Law Technology Today: “Is your staff using analytics, blockchain and OCR yet? Corporations are ever-focused on their legal spend and demand more value from their outside counsel. Further disrupting the legal field are alternative legal service providers fueling the competitive … Continue reading

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