With the widespread adoption of artificial intelligence and other complex algorithms across industries, many business decisions that used to be made by humans are now being made (either solely or primarily) by algorithms or models. Across the globe, regulators and lawmakers have passed laws aimed at reducing risks related to automated decision-making (“ADM”) technologies, including operational, transparency, explainability, legal process, and discrimination risks. In this Debevoise Data Blog post, we discuss several new laws focused on ADM that are either in effect today or will go into effect in 2023, as well as circumstances in which litigants have used these laws to challenge companies’ uses of ADM tools. In light of these trends, we have also included four tips for companies seeking to establish practical compliance and governance programs related to their ADM systems. Continue reading. . .