April 19, 2022

DOJ Antitrust Division tightens leniency requirements

On April 4, the DOJ Antitrust Division announced an update to their leniency policy and issued a revised set of frequently asked questions (FAQ).
February 10, 2022

Leveraging AI on Supply Chain and its effect

There is seemingly no limit to the applications for Artificial Intelligence and to the great expectations (or potential threats) that many tech and business leaders have predicted for its applications. In July of 2021 Google CEO Sundar Pinchai reiterated his belief that the effects and use of AI will be more profound on the history of humanity than fire or electricity, and Tesla founder Elon Musk has warned that AI could lead to the next world war. Nuclear fission is a common comparison among commentators, both in AI’s potential uses and potential dangers.
December 10, 2021

Cloud Computing Today and Beyond

Cloud Computing, or the ability to use software and data storage over the internet rather than on a local physical device, has greatly increased over the past several years, skyrocketed during the pandemic, and is predicted to continue growing into 2022.
November 26, 2021

Artificial Intelligence In The Life Sciences

Artificial Intelligence is a way of using technology to analyze large amounts of data in much less time than it would take a human user, and to make predictions based on this data that can be helpful for a variety of applications. Deep Blue’s legendary chess match against Kasparov is a classic example of AI and its ability to predict certain outcomes based on data.
November 18, 2021

Legal Technology Has Record VC Investment In 2021

2021 has been a record year for legal tech: $1.4 billion was invested by venture capital firms in the first half of the year, which is more than in the entirety of 2020, and well above what was raised in 2018 and 2019. Leading the investment boom are startups like RocketLawyer (which provides legal services to individuals and small businesses), Verbit (voice transcription for the legal sector), Notarize (digital notarization), and Clio (cloud based CRM).
November 2, 2021

US and EU New Guidelines and Views on AI : Part2

This is an opinion piece by FRONTEO data scientist in response to the article “US and EU New Guidelines and Views on AI” published on October 20th.
October 27, 2021

Cybersecurity Month Article: The new trend of Cybersecurity

October is Cybersecurity Month in the United States, but with the increasing rates of cybercrime, both from international and domestic sources, there is no month where cybercrime isn’t a constant, potentially catastrophic threat. The SolarWinds attack attributed to Russia in 2020, recent attacks on the water supply and other national infrastructure, and the increasing rate at which people have started working from home after the pandemic, has increased our awareness of cybercrime and our need to be constantly vigilant.
October 26, 2021

Cybersecurity Month Article:2-Factor Authentication for Extra Safety

October is the 18th Annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in the United States. It is sponsored by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the National Cyber Security Alliance. This year’s theme is “Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart.” Being Cyber Smart includes awareness of current threats like business email compromise (BEC), phishing, ransomware, and supply chain compromise.
October 20, 2021

US and EU New Guidelines and Views on AI

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the European Commission (EC) have issued guidance and opinions on AI. This guidance provides insight into how organizations can mitigate concerns and prepare for the future when using AI.
October 14, 2021

New Cybersecurity Regulations in the PRC

Regulation of cyberspace and the ability to access personal user data is a global, sweeping phenomenon that is undergoing immense change. Countries and societies around the world have had to confront questions about: What is private? What is sacred? What rights do individuals have to privacy? Where should the ability of corporations to access personal user information begin and end?