Martin Zoltick at INBLF Webinar on Legislative and Regulatory Landscape for AI/ML in the U.S. and Europe

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Partner Martin Zoltick ("Marty") will co-present on the "Legislative and Regulatory Landscape for AI/ML in the US and Europe" as part of the International Network of Boutique and Independent Law Firms (INBLF) Great Legal Minds Webinar series. The webinar will be held on October 4, 2023, at 2 pm ET. 

Legislatures, regulators and policymakers in the U.S., Europe, and throughout the world are keenly aware of the proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) and the disruptive power of AI-enabled technologies that employ ever evolving and increasingly improving machine learning (ML) algorithms, neural network architectures, natural language processing tools, large language models, and more. These AI-enabled technologies are ushering in a new era for enterprises, businesses, and the public at large, bringing AI into everyday life, from the content we read, to the artwork we admire, the music we enjoy, the routes we travel, where and what we eat, what we buy, and when and how we wake up and wind down. The need for a regulatory framework for AI is clear. The challenge, of course, is to design a framework that addresses the risks of harm from AI and achieves the proper balance of supporting innovation with the need for safety and security, data privacy, trustworthiness, accountability and transparency. During this session, Marty and co-presenter Magali Feys of AContrario Law will provide an overview of the legislative and regulatory landscape for AI/ML in the U.S. and Europe.

The webinar is open to INBLF members.

A recording of the INBLF webinar from October 4 can be found on the Rothwell Figg YouTube channel. For a copy of the slides, please reach out to Marty.

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