Capital Brief: The Rise Of AI Washing

“AI has been the exception to every rule the world has seen. We have no doubt that regulators will take more sweeping action against those using AI unethically to protect society.”

In a recent Capital Brief article, Hicksons Legal Digital Transformation Partner, David Fischl comments on the regulatory risks of AI washing and regulators’ approach in enforcing against misleading claims linked to AI technology.

“Australian companies should also be prepared to face the consequences of making false or misleading claims about their use of AI, whether accidental or intentional.”

Read the article here.

For more information regarding Legal Digital Transformation services, please contact David Fischl.
Article co-written by Elias Dehsabzi.
Article authored by Laurel Henning, on May 23, 2024.

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