Artificial Intelligence Regulations
IT Law and Legal Technologies
Many examples of artificial intelligence (hereinafter referred to as AI) such as Predictive Analysis, Segmentation/profiling, etc. are used in e-commerce, healthcare, finance, human resources, as well as security systems. However, for now, there is no international or regional law that would entirely regulate the relations related to the programming, manufacturing, use and sale of AI-powered products. In this context, it is necessary to conduct a deep and comprehensive research of various branches of law in order to avoid the legal risks of the IT companies. Moreover, many issues related to AI are not regulated by the law, so the lawyer's mission is to find out what kind of white papers and standards (soft law) can be applied in order to mitigate legal risks in the IT sector.
Many companies have already been fined for violating the rules of use of AI. Moreover, algorithmic solutions can lead to violations of human rights, which not only represent serious legal risk, but also have a negative impact on company’s business reputation.
We are ready to help you in assuring the compliance of your AI-related activities with the requirements of the law by providing the following services:
Organizing trainings for company’s employees, including programmers, data scientists on the legal and ethical impacts of decisions made during programming process.