AI and Machine Learning: Managing the Risks of Major Lawsuits


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Companies that develop, sell or even just operate AI applications and robots are vulnerable to liability for causing accidents, data breaches and other possible system-wide disasters. This talk will explain how the behavior of neural networks and machine learning can cause vulnerabilities and open companies to litigation. The panelists will cover risk areas and action steps to mitigate these legal risks.

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Natalie Pierce

Shareholder, Littler Mendelson P.C.

Stephen Wu

Shareholder, Silicon Valley Law Group

Theodore Claypoole

Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson

Analytics, Intelligence & Response

risk management legislation law governance risk & compliance artificial intelligence & machine learning


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