Our first in a series of Jones Day Talks podcasts on Blockchain features Jones Day’s Jim Cox, coeditor of the American Bar Association book Blockchain for Business Lawyers, answering common blockchain questions such as: What is blockchain? How does it work? What are its current and future applications? And who—and where—is Satoshi Nakamoto? (Running time: 21:48)
Category Archives: Technology
Cyberattacks, which can result in data breaches and the unauthorized access of a company’s—or its clients’ and customers’—information, are a threat to organizations of nearly any size. Jones Day’s Jeff Rabkin, Jimmy Kitchen, and Rich DeNatale talk about how organizations can prepare so they can respond effectively in the event of a cyberattack.
The “monkey selfie” matter raises intriguing questions regarding the current state of U.S. copyright laws. Courts have ruled that a non-human can’t be granted copyright protection, but then what are the implications for works created via artificial intelligence? Jones Day partners Meredith Wilkes and Emily Tait discuss the aftermath of Naruto v. Slater and explain how companies can guard and protect their creative work.
Autonomous vehicles, and their artificial intelligence-driven operating systems, raise ethical questions not usually associated with a technological advancement. This means complex considerations─sometimes with life-or-death implications─must be addressed by in-house counsel at the organizations developing self-driving cars. Jones Day partner Paul Rafferty identifies these concerns, discusses how they are addressed by current law and professional guidelines, and explains how affected companies and their legal staffs can learn more.
Jones Day Partner Aaron Charfoos explains Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation, its global impact, its requirements, the penalties for noncompliance, and what to do if your company isn’t ready.
Jones Day partner Bob Kantner discusses privacy and data security matters, consumer protections, liability concerns, intellectual property rights, and other legal issues for U.S. and multinational companies competing in the rapidly evolving artificial intelligence sector.
Craig Waldman, Head of Jones Day’s West Coast Antitrust Practice, talks about antitrust law in the tech sector and how innovation, competition, R&D, and similar factors can affect business practices for organizations developing, acquiring, and implementing new and emerging technology.
The race to bring a self-driving car to your garage has attracted a surprisingly crowded field, as countries and jurisdictions around the world prepare for a technology that experts say could permanently transform private transportation as we know it. Jones Day partner Paul Rafferty talks about the opportunities awaiting and challenges confronting participants in this game-changing new industry sector.
Romelia Flores, IBM Master Inventor, and Dave Copps, CEO of Cyxtera’s Brainspace division, join Jones Day partner Bob Kantner to talk about the current state of artificial intelligence and explain what’s coming next for this rapidly advancing technology.