In this HPE enterprise.nxt piece by Grant Gross, "Will privacy rights symie AI?", H5's Nicolas Economou weighs in on the impact of GDPR on AI and beyond as concern over the right to privacy challenges the evolution of technology.
At the IMF New Economy Forum, H5 CEO Nicolas Economou was interviewed by Ana C. Rold (Diplomatic Courier) on AI governance and the framework by which societies should delegate decisions to machines as the digital future unfolds. (Also see Resources>Video).
In this article by Art Keller (Technoskeptic.com) discussing a recent whitepaper on the malicious use of artificial intelligence, H5's Nicolas Economou addresses the need for societal representation on every level in creating a governance framework for AI.
H5 CEO Nicolas Economou is interviewed by Scientific American to provide insight into the tricky questions that arise about liability and accountability when people and artificially intelligent machines interact.
Nicolas Economou, CEO of H5 and Senior Advisor to the AI Initiative of The Future Society at Harvard Kennedy School, was honored to chair committee at groundbreaking roundtable event at the World's First International Forum on Global Governance of AI.
H5 has announced that the company will exhibit at the 2018 Legaltech® Tradeshow in New York and will also present a panel discussion entitled “From Courtroom to Conference Room: Legal Ethics in the Age of Artificial Intelligence.” Read more about it!
H5, a leading provider of eDiscovery and technology-assisted review services, today announced that the company’s H5 Matter Intelligence℠ has won Relativity’s 2017 Innovation Award in the category of Best Innovation: Solution Provider.
H5 Matter Intelligence (H5MI) is a new application for H5’s Relativity clients and includes a combination of powerful billing, resource, and data composition analytics, providing extensive visibility into matters for maximum knowledge and project control.
Chris Dale of the eDisclosure Information Project interviews H5's Erika Namnath about leveraging the power of Relativity and H5's Key Document Identification to help clients gain the advantage in handling litigation and investigations.
H5's Julia Brickell comments on the role of general counsel in advising on the strategic aspects of technological development and cybersecurity in the December 19, 2016 issue of Crain's New York.