Tobón: 2024 Will Likely Bring Significant AI Regulatory Activity

2023 saw a number of important developments in the regulation of artificial intelligence worldwide. Shook Partner Camila Tobón discusses key events in the United States, European Union and China, among other countries, in a commentary article published in the February 2024 issue of Mealey’s Litigation Report: Artificial Intelligence.

In the article, titled “Significant Regulatory Developments In 2023 In Artificial Intelligence,” Tobón touched on President Joe Biden’s Executive Order 14110 in the U.S.; the E.U.’s AI Act; China’s Interim Measures for the Management of Generative Artificial Intelligence Services; as well as developments in the UK, Canada and Latin America. Tobón forecasted even more activity in the coming year.

“Based on the foundations laid down in 2023, 2024 will likely bring significant AI regulatory activity with a particular focus on principles including accountability, transparency and explainability, fairness and safety, accuracy, and human oversight,” she said. 

Read the article in Mealey’s Litigation Report >>