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AI Regulation and Soft Law Considerations Across the Uncanny Valley

Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to the recognition or creation of patterns that simulate human actions or thought. Since the late 1970s, when people began regularly interacting with computers, AI has become increasingly prevalent, and uses of AI technology continue to create greater opportunities for interaction with human norms — those rules that define acceptable behavior. … Continue Reading

US Facial Recognition Firm Ordered to Stop Processing UK and Australian Data and Pay Fine Over Privacy Law Violations

ICO and OAIC Find ‘Serious Breaches’ of Privacy Law On Nov. 29, 2021, the U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) announced a provisional intent to fine Clearview AI over £17 million, alleging several privacy violations related to the company’s use of “scraped” data and biometrics of individuals. More significantly, the provisional order would require the company … Continue Reading

The Not-So-Hidden FTC Guidance on Organizational Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI), from Data Gathering Through Model Audits

Our last AI post on this blog, the New (if Decidedly Not ‘Final’) Frontier of Artificial Intelligence Regulation, touched on both the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) April 19, 2021, AI guidance and the European Commission’s proposed AI Regulation. The FTC’s 2021 guidance referenced, in large part, the FTC’s April 2020 post “Using Artificial Intelligence and … Continue Reading

The New (if Decidedly Not ‘Final’) Frontier of Artificial Intelligence Regulation

The week of April 19 was an eventful one for practitioners following the evolution of potential artificial intelligence (AI) enforcement both in the United States and abroad, answering some questions regarding which regulators were going to take a more active and prospective role in regulating and advising on AI use and what those roles might look … Continue Reading
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