Artificial Intelligence

The House Financial Services Committee created its Task Force on Artificial Intelligence to determine how to use AI in the financial services industry and examine issues surrounding algorithms, digital identities, and combating fraud. On February 12, the task force held its latest hearing, “Equitable Algorithms: Examining Ways to Reduce
Continue Reading Task Force on Artificial Intelligence hearing – key testimony on challenges and opportunities

On February 19, 2020, the European Commission presented its White Paper on Artificial Intelligence – A European Approach to Excellence and Trust, a much-anticipated policy document setting out concrete measures and proposed regulation with the objective of promoting the development, uptake and use of AI applications, while also addressing the resulting fundamental rights challenges.

The document has raised concerns among companies about whether new rules on AI will negatively impact businesses developing or deploying AI solutions across the EU. Feedback on the white paper can be provided until May 19, 2020.


Continue Reading AI Outlook: Europe initiates AI regulation introducing the principle of trustworthy AI

By Tony Samp and Steven R. Phillips

In the latest issue of AI Outlook − a new DLA Piper publication that reports on the latest developments around artificial intelligence in Washington − we discuss the fiscal year 2021 federal budget proposal unveiled by the White House this week, which would
Continue Reading AI Outlook: White House proposes doubling artificial intelligence budget

The Big Data Challenge

Earlier this month, we highlighted that there will be an increased focus by the Data Protection Commission (DPC) in Ireland on ensuring privacy by design and default during 2020. From the regulator’s perspective innovation is encouraged, provided it is done in an accountable, ethical and fair
Continue Reading AI – Enabled Innovation, Part 1: Regulatory Intervention & AI in Financial Services

By Paul Hemmersbaugh

The US Department of Transportation and the White House have released a new federal government automated vehicle policy guide, “Ensuring American Leadership in Automated Vehicle Technologies: Automated Vehicles 4.0.”

The report describes research, policy, funding and other efforts by 38 different federal government agencies in support of
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By Thomas M. deButts and Richard Newcomb

Effective January 6, the US Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has imposed new export controls on geospatial imagery software that is used in areas including self-driving vehicles, drone navigation, remote sensing, and analysis of earth imagery.

The new export
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By Tony Samp and Steven R. Phillips

In the latest issue of AI Outlook − a new DLA Piper publication that reports on the latest developments around artificial intelligence in Washington − we discuss the Trump Administration’s long-awaited guidelines governing how federal agencies should develop and use artificial intelligence (AI)
Continue Reading AI Outlook: White House issues guidelines for development and use of AI technologies

By Margo H. K. Tank, David Whitaker, Andrew Grant and Liz Caires

On December 19, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), a federal agency within the Department of Commerce, released a study on demographic differentials for contemporary face recognition algorithms.

The study describes and quantifies demographic
Continue Reading Artificial intelligence software tools tested for demographic impact

By Tony Samp and Steven R. Phillips

This issue of AI Outlook − a new DLA Piper publication that reports on the latest developments around artificial intelligence in Washington − we discuss next week’s House Oversight and Investigations Committee hearing, which will look into the national security implications of facial
Continue Reading AI Outlook: Congressional hearing on facial recognition and national security

By Danny Tobey

While artificial intelligence has become the new big thing in medtech, privacy regulations under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act have stayed the same. In this podcast, Medtech Insight interviews Danny Tobey to get a clearer picture of what companies need to know in order to
Continue Reading Podcast: Developing AI tech can mean walking through a patient privacy minefield