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Artificial Intelligence Law - Judicial and Regulatory Trends

Recorded on: Jun. 1, 2018
Running Time: 01:03:35

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Taken from the Web Program Recorded May, 2018 in New York Artificial Intelligence Law - Judicial and Regulatory Trends [01:03:35]

As AI becomes more prevalent in business and society, governments and agencies have grappled with how to regulate its usage in areas such as autonomous vehicles ("AV"), algorithmic transparency, government monitoring, and GPS usage, and courts have adjudicated issues related to artificial intelligence, machine learning, and algorithmic decisions using established laws.  In this Briefing, D. Zachary Adams, Michael W. Kelly, Huu Nguyen and Stephanie E. Niehaus, each of Squire Patton Boggs LLP, will discuss recent artificial intelligence law developments and trends including:

    • Trade secret and other IP litigation related to AI
    • Autonomous vehicle litigation and laws, and tort-based theories for AI liability
    • Algorithmic decision-making litigation and laws
    • AI usage by governments for enforcement and supervisory monitoring
    • Workplace AI and the FTC's advice on AI usage

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  • Artificial Intelligence Law - Judicial and Regulatory Trends
    D. Zachary Adams, Michael W. Kelly, Huu Nguyen, Stephanie E. Niehaus


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