Key trends and market opinions, essential legal issues, practical recommendations for businesses
It’s an exciting time for AI, and businesses are riding a wave of optimism. However, if we are to make the best use of the technology, we need to look beyond the benefits, take time to see the risks and challenges ahead, and address the often thorny issues of governance and compliance.
Dentons’ Artificial Intelligence Guide offers insight into what is happening in the legal arena on the fast moving and topical matter of AI. Based on an online survey of 209 business leaders around the world, and complemented by an additional 698 responses to LinkedIn polls, it provides a view on the perceptions of businesses across all major industry sectors on the key opportunities and risks presented by AI. It also presents insights from Dentons lawyers on the legal and regulatory issues that businesses using AI will need to grapple with—both now and in the future, including contracts, governance, intellectual property, liability, and privacy.
The report is supplemented with snapshots of local government strategies and regulatory developments in 31 European countries, the European Union as a whole as well as some key players outside of Europe, including Canada, China, India, Israel and the United States.
This paper seeks to open a dialog on where responsibility sits for good governance, regulation and compliance—as well as to establish best practices to help us derive the full benefit of AI. As business leaders we need to make sure the right checks and balances are in place, and define the controls needed to protect our businesses, customers, partners, shareholders and the communities we serve.
We can look ahead, learn to surf better and continue riding the wave.
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