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VAST Data raising hundreds of millions of dollars at more than $9 billion valuation
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Houthi ship attacks threaten to escalate into global crisis as two more vessels hit in Red Sea
20 stories about Dov Greenbaum
Microsoft's new voice mimicking AI VALL-E presents both opportunities and risks
Are the capabilities of VALL-E to spoof a voice also an infringement of the right of publicity?
Can fashionable also be sustainable?
"The use of novel technologies in the fashion industry to reduce its negative impact on the environment raises a number of non-trivial ethical, legal and social considerations," writes Dov Greenbaum
Can we talk? OpenAI’s new chat bot opens a Pandora’s box
OpenAI, an AI research lab co-founded by Elon Musk, released its latest AI natural language processing (NLP) creation, ChatGPT, the legal consequences of which must be considered
Legal uncertainty holding back metaverse adoption
"More than just another iteration of the internet, the metaverse, and the technologies employed to access it, create a host of potentially novel legal concerns that ought to be dealt with sooner rather than later if we want multinationals to invest in this space," writes Dov Greenbaum
A Gattaca replica? From science fiction to IVF reality
With the 25th anniversary of the sci-fi thriller focusing on genetic ethics, it's time to examine the lack of regulatory oversight in the field, including the recent Israeli case of an IVF baby's unknown birthparents
Israel’s space race has an IP issue that needs its own exploration
“If you want to develop AI-mediated space technologies and you want to be safe from the nuisance of IP infringement lawsuits, maybe consider developing and launching it from Israel,” writes Dov Greenbaum.
Race back to space: Nations want a piece of the moon pie
With the upcoming launch of NASA's Artemis rocket, which involves Israel too, Prof. Dov Greenbaum explores the latest legal space battles
Re-meet George Jetson: Innovation inspiration goes back to the future
According to fans of the futuristic cartoon series, The Jetsons' patriarch, George would have been born in 2022. To mark the occasion, Reichman University's Prof. Dov Greenbaum examines the innovation the show predicted and promoted
The risks and opportunities of metaverse digital twins
"Porting real-life experiences into the metaverse’s immersive environment will raise novel ethical, legal and social questions," writes Dov Greenbaum
Opportunities abound in the metaverse for hangry people of faith
Perhaps the next time the stars all align, and Ramadan, Good Friday and Passover all coincide, members of all three religions can enjoy a shared virtual meal in the metaverse while they simultaneously physically abstain, writes Dov Greenbaum
The dangers of politicizing space
"This disconcerting emerging breakdown in space is unprecedented. Even at the height of the Cold War, an American Apollo spacecraft docked with a Soviet Soyuz counterpart, culminating in an historical handshake in space in July 1975 between representatives of two warring nations," writes Dov Greenbaum
Fashion Week: Let's get digital
An inherently wasteful business, the clothing industry has a sustainability problem, but Digital Fashion can help significantly reduce its climate impact
The legal implications of esports' ever-growing popularity
"While many might dismiss esports as limited to Cheetos eating, Mountain Dew swirling, sweats wearing denizens of moms’ basements worldwide, there are clearly many complicated legal concerns associated with this rapidly expanding multi-billion dollar sector," writes Dov Greenbaum
Who is going to stop space terrorists?
"If the aim of terrorist organizations is to terrorize, causing any sort of harm in space, even if its only to smaller, less valuable, satellites, it is scary enough," writes Dov Greenbaum
How to regulate recreational medical devices?
"Even if the consumer doesn’t have medical expectations, the privacy implications of the data are just as problematic as when the device is a medical device," writes Dov Greenbaum
When AI goes too far
“The use of AI to help in the hiring process is growing, and it has found an even broader audience because of the pandemic,” writes Dov Greenbaum
AI Ethics: Who will police the machines?
China, the US, and private corporations all have different priorities and guidelines when implementing artificial intelligence, explains Dov Greenbaum.
The rule of law? More like the code of law
We could imagine a world where the law is code, and that code is available to everyone on our smartphones such that we could know how to act legally regardless of the situation before us, writes Dov Greenbaum
Happy Bat Mitzvah Bitcoin! My how you’ve grown
12 years on, the world’s top cryptocurrency is affecting the lives of more and more people and increasingly finds itself under state scrutiny
Privacy breaches add insult to Covid-19 injury
Too many data points and not enough oversight suggests the damage inflicted by the response to the pandemic will stick around even after the disease is eradicated
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