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Fifteen Ways to Reduce Regulatory and Reputational Risks for Your AI-Powered Applications – Lessons from Recent Court Decisions and Regulatory Activity
20 February 2020
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Recent developments in both Europe and the United States provide some insight into where AI is likely to face tough scrutiny and ways to mitigate risks of using AI.
Understanding how and why AI is facing increased scrutiny can be helpful for companies that would like to manage their automatic decision programs in ways that might help avoid legal challenges and reputational damage.
Based on these recent legal developments and our experience helping clients in developing their AI programs, included are 15 considerations to reduce risks to the use of AI —recognizing that some AI applications may have such low risk as to only merit the implementation of one or two of these considerations, if any.
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