Artificial Intelligence (AI)

On October 6, 2023, Snap Inc. and Snap Group Ltd. (collectively, “Snap”) received a preliminary enforcement notice from the U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) due to a potential failure to properly assess the privacy risks posed by its generative AI chatbot, My AI.Continue Reading Snap Receives Preliminary Enforcement Notice Related to Privacy Risks Posed by AI Chatbot

In our previous post, “A Primer on Artificial Intelligence and the Law in 2023,” we briefly discussed how the federal government is preparing for legislation and regulation regarding Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) through provisions of the National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Act of 2020 (the “Act”). While no comprehensive federal statute regulating AI has been signed into law, regulatory agencies must contend with the emerging technology under existing laws.Continue Reading Artificial Intelligence: U.S. Federal Considerations

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a broad term that generally refers to computer systems that can receive and process information to make decisions without human input. AI is widely considered an era-defining technology in the way electrical and computer technology came to define the 1800s and 1900s respectively. Just as regulation of computer security lagged behind the increasingly pervasive use of computers in the late 1980s, we are seeing today that regulation of AI has likewise lagged behind the expansion of the technology. 

U.S. federal, state, and international authorities are increasingly monitoring and regulating AI. Regulating AI is no simple task, with the technology finding growing applications in a myriad of areas such as autonomous vehicles, the military, law enforcement, art, music, creative writing, social media, and even corporate recruitment.Continue Reading A Primer on Artificial Intelligence and the Law in 2023