This article is part three of a four-part series by Mayer Brown on the latest trends in digital transformation. Read part one here and part two here.

The rapid advancement of AI technologies in recent years means that regulators are engaged in a game of catch up. While the existing regulatory landscape is sparse regarding AI-specific regulations, lawyers should seek to understand how different AI systems work and begin building a framework for evaluating AI systems, figuring out how to apportion risk, and making sure their AI solutions comply with existing laws where they do govern their use and deployment.

[This article analyses the issues from the perspective of a customer licensing an AI solution; though many of these issues are equally as relevant to technology companies developing these technologies; distinct considerations can apply when AI is used directly to process, infer, or make decisions directly about consumers.]

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