Articles Written by Krzysztof Shyak


Krzysztof Shyak
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After studying zoology and scientific translation at the uni, Krzysztof Shyak began writing about startups, investment and technologies. Considers blockchain technology among the most powerful tools available to bring the intellectual, economical, and physical freedom to an individual.

Google Risks New Antitrust Fines in The EU. The U.S. Lags Behind Again
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Google Risks New Antitrust Fines in the EU. The U.S. Lags Behind Again

Yet again, European regulators are coming after U.S.-based tech companies that operate in the EU. This time the culprit is none other than Google and the misdeed is the company’s policy of forcing its software into Android-based devices by default. The penalty for the alleged violation of the EU’s antitrust laws is expected to include …

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Axon and DJI Partner Up to Equip US Police With Very Capable Flying Helpers

All the drone hype brought up in the recent years seems to be subsiding, giving way to ICOs and AI. But what if you take the so-yesterday drone debate, mix it with evergreen SkyNet-esque AI controversies and add just a pinch of ever so vigilant government? This time, you probably won’t like the answer, let …

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Wilfried De Wever: Even in the Developed World People Don't Have Access to Justice
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Wilfried De Wever: Even in the Developed World People Don’t Have Access to Justice

Legal tech initiatives emerge everywhere around the world attempting to improve access to justice and make the work of lawyers easier. There are people and institutions working on top of their effort to support the best of these initiatives and make it count. At the recent European Legal Hackers Summit 2018, dedicated to legal tech …

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Highlights From the European Legal Hackers Summit 2018
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Highlights From the European Legal Hackers Summit 2018

Technology keeps on evolving, and the regulatory bodies and businesses alike have to adapt to the changing landscape. For law professionals such a technology-driven evolution brings new tools for the job, new reasons to muse about the future, and, in some cases, new concerns to address. Legal tech, emerging from the fusion of legal practice …

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Moscow Legal Tech’s Holger Zscheyge: a Lawyer Replaced by Robot Is Less Probable Than a Lawyer Replaced by Another Lawyer With Better Technology
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Moscow Legal Tech’s Holger Zscheyge: a Lawyer Replaced by Robot Is Less Probable Than a Lawyer Replaced by Another Lawyer With Better Technology

As our knowledge of robotics and machine learning evolves, automation advances into a variety of aspects in our daily lives and jobs. Soon, AI will be able to get to even the most complicated, abstract, and responsible tasks traditionally available only to humans. One of such complicated cases is the adoption of AI-based solutions in …

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Ivo Georgiev: Regulating Things Prematurely out of Fear Usually Leads to Nothing but Blocking Human Progress
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Ivo Georgiev: Regulating Things Prematurely out of Fear Usually Leads to Nothing but Blocking Human Progress

In order to gather opinions on the regulations of innovative technologies, lawless.tech has initiated a series of interviews with the key specialists behind blockchain-projects; those who make the industry tick. This time Krzysztof Shyak of lawless.tech asked Ivo Georgiev, co-founder of AdEx, an experienced software engineer versed in cryptography and cryptocurrencies, several questions about the …

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