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  • A Year In Review
    As the year draws to a close, we are called to reflect on what has been an eventful and exciting year for iNtaka Centre for Law & Technology.  The year kicked off with the Director of the Centre, A/Prof Tobias […]
  • On AI and Inventorship: Copyright & Patents
    On the 29th of September, Professor Desmond Osaretin Oriakhogba delivered his highly anticipated presentation on AI, Inventorship, Patents and Copyright. Professor Oriakhogba traversed a range of topics and the full recording may be found here. This follow-up serves to provide […]
  • Can AI Invent?
    On the 29th of September 2022, iNtaka LawTech Lab will host Dr Desmond Osaretin Oriakhogba, one of the foremost authors on Copyright and Intellectual Property Law. Dr Oriakhogba will be presenting on artificial intelligence and intellectual property with a specific […]
  • LawTech Lab Women’s Month Blog Post
    iNtaka Centre’s LawTechLab, in celebration of Women’s Month, will be host to some of the most prominent movers and shakers in the legal tech industry. The event will seek to broaden the minds of students and other attendees on legal […]
    The full implementation and enforcement of the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (or POPIA) will kick in on 1 July 2021. Both private and public organisations are rushing to get acquainted with its provisions to make sure […]
  • Whatsapp’s New Terms of Service Explained
    Whatsapp’s new terms of service update has caused a fair amount of confusion. This is understandable; the update does not remove the existing end-to-end encryption of Whatsapp messages and, for many people, it will not result in any immediate new […]
  • Youtube Broadens the Scope its of AI-driven Content Moderation to Include Flagging Age-inappropriate Content
    On Monday 22 September Youtube announced via it’s official blog that it will being using artificial intelligence to automatically flag age-inappropriate content. Youtube began using AI content moderation in 2017 to find and flag violent extremism. These systems were later […]