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Artificial Intelligence

Our leading AI practice combines deep legal and technological know-how with practical, business-oriented problem-solving, empowering clients with innovative solutions and strategic guidance for responsible AI adoption and risk mitigation.

Why Cooley

Cooley is the go-to law firm for companies developing cutting-edge technologies and has a long tradition of representing clients in a range of issues relating to AI and machine learning. We deploy a multidisciplinary team of lawyers with deep subject matter knowledge who understand the intricacies and complexities of large language models, machine learning and artificial intelligence technology. We have comprehensive knowledge of the myriad of legal implications surrounding these technologies, positioning us as a market leader in providing guidance relating to the generative AI revolution. 

Cooley is at the forefront of guiding companies, developers, investors and buyers across the entire breadth of legal and regulatory issues arising from the rapid development, commercialization and use of generative AI platforms and applications. Our AI-related capability derives from the convergence of a broad range of subject matters including intellectual property, data privacy, technology transactions and regulatory compliance, and covers multiple jurisdictions and tribunals.

We are also at the front line of shaping the emerging legal and regulatory landscape applicable to AI, including by being involved in some of the most high-profile litigation matters in the space and by actively participating in industry events, publishing guidance and contributing to policy discussions concerning the future of AI regulation.

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AI Talks

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.