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Early applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI), such as machine learning, have been with us for a while but the advent of generative AI has made us all recognise the power of the technology and the risks of unregulated or poorly controlled use.

The legal issues associated with this potent technology are complex, as specific new laws and regulatory models are being brought into effect, supplementing existing laws which already apply to AI.

Whether you are a developer of AI or are a business considering its use, or you are already using the technology, our multidisciplinary team of sector expert lawyers can support you on the full range of legal requirements and we can advise on the rapidly developing types of complex issues that you may need to consider.

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Our AI Law Business Guide

We recently published our AI Business Guide which aims to help both in-house lawyers and senior executives in improving their understanding of AI and some of the key legal issues associated with it. The Guide includes contributions from practice area experts from across the Firm to provide a perspective on the legal implications of AI and how the rapid development of different types and branches of AI creates additional and more complex issues that require consideration.

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