Lawyer - DLA Piper
Coran Darling is a technology lawyer with the international law firm DLA Piper where he helps organisations navigate the challenges of technology, data, and life sciences. He is a core member of the firm’s working group on artificial intelligence and is responsible for thought leadership on the subject of AI, regularly contributing to legal and technology publications. Alongside his work, he is a keen advocate for developing a greater understanding of AI in both the public and private sector. He is a member of the Data Ethics Group of the Alan Turing Institute, a member of the European Commission’s AI Alliance, a non-parliamentary member of the UK Government’s All-Party Parliamentary Groups for AI and Data Analytics, and a founding member of the Society for Computers and Law Select Committee on AI. Coran holds an LLM from the University of Edinburgh where he focused on AI and methods of mitigating risks of its use.
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