Listening Time: 25 Minutes
Bermuda Shorts – Tech Talks S01 E16
Technology by nature is a constantly changing industry, and with the introduction of AI technology, more changes are surely coming. In this ‘Tech Talks’ episode, members of Appleby’s Technology & Innovation practice in Bermuda discuss some of the changes – and the inherent challenges, threats and opportunities for Bermuda, and more broadly.
The technology team includes our podcast host, Partner Jerome Wilson, who speaks to Partner Duncan Card about AI technology, Associate Carl Meyer about the digital asset industry, and Associate Karim Creary on how Bermuda’s tech industry growth may bring more alternative energy sources to the island such as energy storage centres and modular reactors, and what regulation will be needed to support this growth.
Our legal experts discuss these topics and others – including privacy laws, cyber security, IT regulations, Bermuda’s advanced (yet ever-evolving) digital assets legislation – and insights gained from recent technology and insurance conferences held in Bermuda.
If you have questions on these topics, or require legal advice on Bermuda’s imminent privacy laws, or have an interest in establishing a digital assets business in Bermuda, reach out to Jerome Wilson, Duncan Card, Carl Meyer or Karim Creary.
The Bermuda Shorts Podcast Series
The Appleby ‘Bermuda Shorts’ podcast features short talks on all things business and Bermuda with our lawyers from Bermuda and other industry experts. Our ‘Tech Talks’ series focuses on topics and trends in technology which are transforming businesses, markets and everyday life. Listen to learn more about Appleby, Bermuda and our Technology expertise.
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