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In the next issue of Verdict AI, out in June, we’ll be looking at the battle currently being waged between private industry and academia for top AI talent. With industry willing to pay AI scientists five times what universities can, we investigate the tactics academia is employing to fight back.

We also hear from partner and head of UK technology, media and telecoms at Eversheds Sutherland, Charlotte Walker-Osborn, on the legal challenges and concerns facing those involved in AI.

And to see what’s happening on the ground, we’ll also be hearing from Intel on the technologies driving future trends in AI, and we’ll be checking in with Cisco Systems to see how it believes AI is transforming business.


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