CIF Presents TWF – Frank Jennings

In this episode of our weekly news and interview show, Tech Wave Forum, host and CIF CEO David Terrar will explain that, in a time of chip shortages, major technology companies are looking to develop custom silicon optimised for generative AI and LLM models. Good for business, good for the planet, but hard to do. The interview guest is our good friend Frank Jennings, The Cloud Lawyer, partner at Teacher Stern LLP. We’ll be quizzing Frank on the legal and ethical implications of AI and training data it uses. Frank will give us the lowdown, and how to avoid the landmines in the AI landscape

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David is a known as a thought leader in digital transformation, social collaboration, ERP, and cloud computing. I'm a software guy who started on mainframes and minicomputers, but has embraced the shift to cloud, social, and mobile in a world gone digital. I combine more than 30 years of business experience with over 18 years of social media and digital marketing expertise. I'm passionate about helping people understand the shift to digital, organisational culture, new business models, and how businesses can do more with less.

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