Ensuring our fundamental rights are protected under new data protection laws, while we try and allow for innovation is not an easy task for the legislator, but it is one that must tackled effectively.
In the Solicitors Journal, associate Lui Asquith explores the importance of upholding fundamental rights and innovation when regulating artificial intelligence. The full article is available to read online at the Solicitors Journal.
Lui is an associate in the public law and regulatory litigation team. They advise both claimants and defendants on all aspects of public law and regulatory matters, with a focus on judicial review.