Shearman & Sterling Contributes To Global Legal Insights: AI, Machine Learning & Big Data 2021
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Shearman & Sterling attorneys acted as contributors to the
2021 edition of Global Legal Insights: AI, Machine
Learning & Big Data, a book published by Global Legal
Group Ltd, London. The publication covers the latest trends, legal
issues, board governance considerations and market practices in 24
global jurisdictions around artificial intelligence and its
intersection with the laws of each country.
Serving as a framework for understanding AI from a technical
perspective, while also touching upon the more immediate challenges
that the technology poses to the legal practitioner, the guide is
intended to contribute to the ongoing discussions of the role of AI
in civil society and how the law will rise to the new challenges
presented by it.
Partners Matt Berkowitz (Menlo Park-Litigation) and Emma
Maconick (Menlo Park-Intellectual Property Transactions and Privacy
& Data Protection) were the lead editors and contributing
authors of the introductory chapter, “A Framework for Understanding Artificial
Partners Alan Bickerstaff (Austin-Emerging Growth) and Mallory
Brennan (New York-Litigation) authored the “Considerations in Venture Capital and M&A
Transactions in the AI Mobility Industry” chapter.
Partners Donna Parisi and Geoffrey Goldman (New York-Derivatives
& Structured Products) authored the U.S. chapter.
Many thanks are due to our contributing authors: Patrick
Colsher, Marc Elzweig, Richard Hauser, Benjamin Petersen, Taylor
Pugliese and Ashley Smith.
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