Just as we are getting comfortable with the idea that AI will alter our professional and personal lives in ways we cannot yet understand, efforts to rein in AI and debates about how to do so abound. Regulatory rivalry is adding more urgency. The European Union, the US, the UK, China and others are busy thinking about how best to create meaningful guardrails of technology not yet fully understood. Interestingly, the tech industry also wants in on the action, lobbying for sensible rulemaking. There is clearly a will to act. But there is little consensus on how or why. Three debates stand out. What should the world worry about? What should any rules target? And how should they be enforced? All raise serious questions of law and policy, ethics, culture, business, and purpose.
Join us for what is sure to be a lively discussion considering both the current state of play for global AI regulation and exploring the legal and ethical issues raised by these efforts and what we might expect moving forward.
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