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AI regulatory gap analysis a welcome first step towards addressing AI governance challenges, says Committee Chair
AI regulatory gap analysis a welcome first step towards addressing AI governance challenges, says Committee Chair
06 February 2024
UK will miss AI goldrush unless Government adopts a more positive vision
The Communications and Digital Committee publishes its report Large language models and generative AI
02 February 2024
Zombie apocalypse or environmental saviours? SITC holds one-off session on the incredible world of fungi
Zombie apocalypse or environmental saviours? SITC holds one-off session on the incredible world of fungi
01 February 2024
Lords concludes examination of Investigatory Powers (Amendment) Bill
Final chance to 'tidy up' bill. Find out more
31 January 2024
Biodiversity and endangered species discussed in Lords debate
Members consider sustainable farming and land management schemes. Catch up
26 January 2024
Investigatory Powers (Amendment) Bill undergoes further Lords scrutiny
Members discuss changes on data breaches in Lords report stage. Catch up
24 January 2024
UK should break licensing “impasse” and maximise the potential of bacteria-eating, life-saving viruses
The Science, Innovation & Technology Committee calls for steps to develop the potential of bacteria-killing viruses that can provide an alternative to antibiotics
03 January 2024
Data Protection and Digital Information Bill has second reading in the Lords
Lords consider AI in the workplace and EU data protection at second reading. Catch up
20 December 2023
Investigatory Powers (Amendment) Bill completes committee stage in the Lords
Members wrap up committee stage examination. Catch up
14 December 2023
A hostage to fortune: ransomware and UK national security
Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy publishes report on ransomware and UK national security
13 December 2023
Committee launches an investigation into Live Facial Recognition
The Justice and Home Affairs Committee is launching a short investigation into the use of Live Facial Recognition (LFR) by police.
11 December 2023
Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill focus of Lords debate
Members discuss draft law to bolster competition in digital markets and protect consumers. Catch up
06 December 2023
Government warned to proceed with caution on AI in autonomous weapons
The Artificial Intelligence in Weapon Systems Committee publishes its report Proceed with Caution: Artificial Intelligence in Weapon Systems.
01 December 2023
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