In this edition of TechLaw10 Cordery’s Jonathan Armstrong talks to Professor Eric Sinrod from his home in California.
They talk about the announcement that the US is to trial a self-regulatory approach to AI. Will this work? How does it differ from the approach taken in the EU & in the UK?
The topics include:
- what are the 4 main prongs of the White House agreement?
- progress with the EU AI Act
- the UK White Paper on AI regulation
- recent AI enforcement activity including the temporary suspensions of ChatGPT & Bard & the suspension of ReplikaAI
- the issues with watermarking AI content
- the formation of the New York State Bar Association Task Force on AI
You can read about the Bard suspension here https://bit.ly/3Jl3t94.
You can listen to earlier TechLaw10 audio podcasts with Eric and Jonathan including wider discussions about AI at www.techlaw10.com.
You can find out more about Eric here at Duane Morris LLP https://www.duanemorris.com/attorneys/ericjsinrod.html and more about Jonathan here https://www.corderycompliance.com/our-people/jonathan-armstrong/
You can view more Cordery interviews here http://bit.ly/corderytv.
President Biden’s announcement on the initiative is here https://bit.ly/3YrVuNq
TechLaw10 is a 10-minute audio podcast update from U.S. lawyer Eric Sinrod (Duane Morris) and UK lawyer Jonathan Armstrong (Cordery) where they share insights on developments where technology intersects with the law in the EU and the U.S. These well-known commentators are sought out in the media for their opinions on breaking news and developing trends. Whether you are in North America or Europe, now you can hear directly from them regarding the latest technology issues at home and across the pond.