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January 23, 2024

EMILY WESTRIDGE BLACK, MALLORY BRENNAN AND ABDUL ALTHEBAITY DISCUSS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN Law360

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EMILY WESTRIDGE BLACK, MALLORY BRENNAN AND ABDUL ALTHEBAITY DISCUSS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN Law360

In Law360, Shearman & Sterling Litigation partners Emily Westridge Black and Mallory Brennan, and Litigation associate Abdul Althebaity discuss the potentially transformative benefits and associated risks that companies must consider as they rely more heavily on artificial intelligence to power their technologies.

In an article entitled 6 Focus Areas For Companies Managing The Risks Of AI Use,” the authors recommend considerations for establishing efficient and consistent practices to diligence, adopt and integrate AI technology effectively while implementing policies and procedures to ensure that risks are appropriately mitigated.

Specific recommendations include evaluating whether to create an AI task force to take the lead in “evaluating the existing technologies, assessing how they fit within the company's business model, and considering the legal and regulatory requirements — or restrictions — on the technologies.”

Authors and Contributors

Emily Westridge Black

Partner

Litigation

+1 512 647 1909

+1 512 647 1909

Austin

K. Mallory Brennan

Partner

Litigation

+1 713 354 4847

+1 713 354 4847

+1 212 848 7657

+1 212 848 7657

Houston

Abdul Althebaity

Associate

Litigation

+1 512 647 1937

+1 512 647 1937

Austin