Webinar

AI Talks series

AI + Public Companies

April 18, 2024
Event details
April 18, 2024
10:30 – 11:30 am Pacific Standard Time

Event summary

Cooley’s AI Talks series highlights multidisciplinary perspectives on artificial intelligence and showcases the firm’s subject matter knowledge on the intricacies – and complexities – of large language models, machine learning and AI technology. In this bespoke virtual series, Cooley lawyers discuss key legal and business issues arising from the rapid development, commercialization and use of generative AI platforms and applications.

Session 7: AI + Public Companies

10:30 am PDT // 1:30 pm EDT // 6:30 pm BST

This session will cover considerations for public companies related to artificial intelligence. As a rapidly growing number of questions arise across different areas of law concerning AI, companies and their management and boards are facing unprecedented challenges as they evaluate and leverage opportunities to use it – as well as mitigate its risks. With a targeted focus on public companies, this session will discuss key business implications and risks of AI, AI-related compliance considerations, anticipated areas of regulator focus and steps companies can take to address AI. While the session is primarily focused on US domestic issuers, general considerations that are applicable to foreign private issuers will be discussed.

Presenters

For more information, please email Lauren Piccolo-Ingram or Francesca Bottorff.

Credits

  • Attendees may earn up to 1.0 CLE credit for participating in this live webinar. Credit will not be granted for on-demand viewing.
  • Cooley LLP is an approved provider, and will provide credit in CA, CO, IL, NY, PA and TX.
  • Cooley LLP is a sponsor, and will apply for credit in FL, OH, VA and WA.
  • Credit in other jurisdictions may be available via reciprocity.
  • If you have specific CLE credit questions, please contact Cooley’s licensing and compliance team.
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