News and Analysis of Artificial Intelligence Technology Legal Issues

How Privacy Law’s Beginnings May Suggest An Approach For Regulating Artificial Intelligence

A survey conducted in April 2017 by Morning Consult suggests most Americans are in favor of regulating artificial intelligence technologies. Of 2,200 American adults surveyed, 71% said they strongly or somewhat agreed that there should be national regulation of AI, while only 14% strongly or somewhat disagreed (15% did not express a view). Technology and business leaders speaking out on whether to regulate AI fall into one of two camps: those who generally favor an ex post, case-by-case, common law approach, and those who prefer establishing a statutory and regulatory framework that, ex ante, sets forth clear do’s and don’ts…

Inaugural Post – AI Tech and the Law

Welcome. I am excited to present the first of what I hope will be many useful and timely posts covering issues arising at the crossroads of artificial intelligence technology and the law. My goal with this blog is to provide insightful discussion concerning the legal issues expected to affect individuals and businesses as they develop and interact with AI products and services. I also hope to engage with AI thought leaders in the legal industry as new AI technology-specific issues emerge. Join me by sharing your thoughts about AI and the law. If you’d like to see a particular issue…