• Artificial Intelligence: Forcing a New Approach on an Age-Old Institution
  • June 20, 2017 | Author: Michael R. Nelson
  • Law Firm: Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP - New York Office
  • Thomsen Reuters - Westlaw Journal

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    To reap the benefits of artificial intelligence and machine learning, we must understand the risks and learn to protect consumers with legal standards that refrain from severely hampering the innovation this technology will bring to the marketplace.

    Artificial intelligence, known as AI, and its byproduct, automation, are technologies primed to reshape the way we work, think and communicate. AI's potential is nearly limitless, catalyzing the creation of new products and services while revolutionizing how we use existing products and services.

    In their article for Thomsen Reuters, Eversheds Sutherland (US) attorneys Michael Nelson and Trevor Satnick analyze machine learning and the host of novel issues the technology and supercharge development of new innovations will create for our legal and regulatory system.