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

The lack of federal and state regulations around artificial development and implementation does not give an organization free reign to decide how to interact with AI. In a column published by the New York Law Journal, F. Paul Greene, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPM, FIP, partner and chair of the firm’s Artificial Intelligence and New Technologies practice, outlines existing legal guidelines, and industry guidance and best practices that can help organizations navigate, and reduce, the risks that come with developing and implementing AI solutions, and suggests common-sense considerations that will help organizations draft a rational and defensible AI strategy, in this time of legal and technological change.

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