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Facial recognition has several societal benefits, but presents unique risks. In this episode of Eye on AI, Teresa Michaud and Mark Goodman join moderator Bradford Newman to discuss some of the primary benefits and key risks for companies that make or use FR and identify ways to minimize such risks. Click here to view the video More Eye on AI Eye on AI Episode 1: Three AI Must-Knows for Technology Transactions Eye on AI Episode 2: AI Regulation Under the New…

Bradford Newman joins Brian Hengesbaugh to cover the latest in the use of artificial intelligence in hiring and recruiting. Listen to hear: how the use of AI in hiring and recruiting can open companies up to new liabilitieswhat the December 8th letter to the EEOC on AI hiring tools reveals about potential scrutiny of these tools under the Biden administrationBrad’s suggestions for companies using or considering using AI-powered hiring tools https://open.spotify.com/episode/5Zf6CrTGQlNkbGqu8Ueqpo?si=umGbTj_2TeuQl705QJrsJg For more AI topics,…

Host Bradford Newman is joined by Adam Aft and Danielle Benecke to review what AI regulation may look like under the new Biden administration.   We cover: The status of AI regulation in the US, including recent legislative and policy initiatives;Initial signals from the Biden administration on what direction they might take when it comes to near-term AI law and policy;Key developments clients should be looking out for in 2021, both in the US and more…

Baker McKenzie’s new Eye on AI video chat series covers the need-to-know legal issues surrounding artificial intelligence and machine learning. In our first episode, Bradford Newman is joined by partners Adam Aft and Marcela Robledo to discuss three AI must-knows in the context of technology transactions. Click here to view Baker McKenzie’s North America AI and Machine Learning team features a cross-disciplinary team of industry ranked and recognized attorneys who can help you with the technical, transactional and regulatory issues…

Watch our North America Trade Secrets Practice discusses an often over looked procedural loophole in the federal removal statute called “snap removal”—removing a case based on diversity jurisdiction before any in-state defendant has been served—that has recently been expanded by federal courts by allowing both in-state and out-of-state defendants to remove on this basis.  In this chat, Bradford Newman, Allen Al-Haj, and Mark Ratway also highlight why defendants typically prefer defending trade secret and restrictive…