As the patchwork of laws and regulations around artificial intelligence (AI) expands across states and countries, calls for additional transparency of algorithms, a check on biased recruitment and employment strategies, and talks of proper risk assessment measures pertaining to AI tools have seen a rise over the last year. 

During the Practicing Law Institute (PLI) symposium’s virtual “Risk Management in Dynamic Global Regulatory Landscape for AI Products & Services” session on April 7, attorneys and experts highlighted the legal implications of AI as tools in business.