UK AI Regulation: Past, Present and Future

January 8, 2024

The UK has seen rapid evolution in its regulation of artificial intelligence, with regulators taking a light-touch approach that is pro-innovation and focuses on outcomes rather than technologies. As part of our AI Shorts series, Cooley partner Chris Coulter “time travels” through AI regulation in the UK, with a brief look at the past, present and future.

AI Talks: AI + Regulatory

Wednesday, January 10, 2024

9:30 – 10:30 am PST // 12:30 – 1:30 pm EST // 5:30 – 6:30 pm GMT

This session will cover ways to navigate the US, European Union and UK regulatory and legislative risks of AI, including strategies for engaging with policymaking bodies and analyzing the business impacts of legislation and regulations on innovation. Going beyond the text of new laws and rules, this session will provide insights into the complex procedures of government agencies – and the people behind them – from US and international perspectives. Other topics of discussion include the applicability of current and proposed laws and regulations on AI platforms relating to unfair and deceptive practices, creation and monitoring for deepfakes, libel and explicit content concerns, and compliance with chatbot disclosures.

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