Tag Archives: Artificial Intelligence

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

When is a Chair not a Chair? Big Data Algorithms, Disparate Impact, and Considerations of Modular Programming

The DESI VII Workshop titled “Using Advanced Data Analysis in eDiscovery & Related Disciplines to Identify and Protect Sensitive Information in Large Collections” was held on the Strand Campus of King’s College in London on June 12, 2017. DESI VII was particularly focused on privacy, and presented numerous papers that examined emerging protocols and novel … Continue Reading
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