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Event 22 Aug. 2023
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Curtis’ Artificial Intelligence law practice leverages the firm’s global presence to guide clients on the regulatory, transactional and disputes aspects of the rapidly evolving AI industry.
Curtis is poised to become your trusted partner for all legal matters in the fast-advancing field of artificial intelligence (AI). Our attorneys stay current on AI technology and understand the novel legal issues that may arise as startups and established companies develop and adopt artificial intelligence in a fast-evolving regulatory environment.
Leveraging our global reach, Curtis can help clients address emerging legal risks, facilitate AI investments, integrate AI into business and operations, understand AI regulations, and navigate cross-border challenges so they can position themselves strategically on the cutting-edge of AI technology implementation.
Our AI legal team includes partner Dr. Michel Paradis, whose work on large language models is the subject of his doctorate from the University of Oxford. He has advised small clients on their successful startups and represented major tech companies in strategic litigation.
Our artificial intelligence lawyers can provide guidance on the responsible development, deployment, integration, and acquisition of AI technology. When clients partner with AI providers, data sources, or other stakeholders, Curtis can ensure contract terms align with client goals, while addressing data ownership, licensing, and liability.
We can draft AI-specific clauses and contracts, as well as robust data privacy measures that enable clients to leverage AI’s potential while avoiding or minimizing legal risks. We can further assist AI ventures with data creation and acquisition, including collecting, curating, and preparing datasets for training AI models.
The mainstream adoption of AI technology has already sparked various types of litigation. Companies developing and incorporating AI into their operations are facing claims from content creators and users alleging intellectual property and data privacy violations, as well as product liability claims. Curtis artificial intelligence lawyers can leverage their litigation experience and AI knowledge to represent clients in AI-related disputes.
By combining our understanding of AI in law and its technology, with a deep history advising State clients, Curtis can help governments develop regulatory AI frameworks, both leveraging existing regulations and devising new regulations to address AI’s unique challenges.
We can also advise global companies on navigating the new AI regulatory landscape, as well as develop internal policies for AI integration into business operations that account for legal, ethical, and regulatory considerations.
Article 21 Nov. 2023
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Event 20 Nov. 2023
Maria Paulina Santacruz Speaks About the SVAMC Guidelines on the Use of Artificial Intelligence in International Arbitration