Developing a Responsible Approach to Artificial Intelligence in Light of Developing Technologies and Regulation

AI development and implementation is exploding, and legislators and regulators are struggling to catch up.  Few clear rules of the road exist in relation to AI development and implementation currently, but that will change, especially with the anticipated adoption of the European Union’s Artificial Intelligence Act in the European Parliament’s June session.  This quasi open space does not give an organization free reign when deciding how to interact with AI.  Rather, important legal guidelines already exist, and industry guidance and best practices are developing, that can help an organization navigate, and reduce, the risks that come with developing and implementing AI solutions. HSE Artificial Intelligence Practice Group Chair F. Paul Greene  addresses these best practices in a column published by The New York Law Journal.

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