In this three part series, Alan Brill, who a Senior Managing Director in Kroll’s Cyber Risk unit and an Adjunct Professor at Texas A&M Law School, and Elaine Wood, who is a Managing Director at Duff & Phelps specializing in compliance and regulatory consulting and a former federal prosecutor, look at the evolution of artificial intelligence, machine learning and autonomous decision making and how the skills of the General Counsel are likely to be critical in protecting the organization from avoidable risks.

Part 1 examined how The Law of Unintended Consequences affects general counsel dealing with the evolution of AI, machine learning, and decision making. Part 2 is below. Part 3 examined where management enters the picture in AI applications.

Well-Intended Actions Can Still Be Illegal, or Unwise

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