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AI Executive Order

Event | December 12, 2023

Virtual Roundtable: Regulating Artificial Intelligence: The Substance and Politics of the Biden Administration Executive Order

BLOG POST | NOVEMBER 21, 2023

Congress Ramps Up Its Focus on Artificial Intelligence

Media Mention | November 9, 2023

Can Watermarking Effectively Combat the Misuse of AI?

ALERT | November 7, 2023

OMB Proposes Far-Reaching AI Risk Management Guidance Following AI Executive Order

Article | November 1, 2023

New Executive Order Signals Companies Should Reassess AI Security

Alert | October 31, 2023

New AI Executive Order Outlines Sweeping Approach to AI


Federal Policy and Regulation 

Media Mention | February 20, 2024

Why regulating AI will be difficult — or even impossible


Alert | February 20, 2024

DOJ Signals Tough Stance on Crimes Involving Misuse of Artificial Intelligence


Media mention | February 15, 2024

Navigating The FCC's Rules On AI-Generated Robocall Voices


Alert | February 9, 2024

FCC Extends Regulatory Reach Over AI: Announces TCPA Restrictions Cover AI-Generated Voices in Outbound Calls


CLIENT ALERT | FEBRUARY 13, 2024

Health Care AI and Drug Prices: Highlights From Two Senate Hearings


Blog Post | February 2, 2024

How the Supreme Court’s Blockbuster Chevron Case Might Affect the Future of Tech Regulation


Blog Post | January 11, 2024

CES 2024: FTC Commissioner Slaughter Discusses New Rules, Competition, and AI


Blog Post | November 21, 2023

Congress Ramps Up Its Focus on Artificial Intelligence


Media Mention | November 20, 2023

The Challenges of AI Algorithm Bias in Financial Services


ALERT | November 17, 2023

FCC and FTC Launch Inquiries on AI and Voice Cloning


Alert | August 15, 2023

Biden Administration Issues Executive Order and Proposals Targeting Outbound Investment in China


Blog Post | June 27, 2023

NIST Announces Generative AI Working Group


Podcast | June 14, 2023

What could AI regulation in the US look like?


Blog Post | May 31, 2023

A New White House Project on Responsible AI Sends a Message to the Private Sector, Including Contractors


Podcast | April 6, 2023

AI Risk Management: A Discussion with NIST’s Elham Tabassi on the NIST AI Risk Management Framework


Government Contracts

Alert | February 22, 2024

DOD Publishes Video Overview of CMMC Program and Logistics


Blog Post | February 14, 2024

Cyber and Government Procurement: An Update as the FASC Piles on Supply Chain Security Regulations


Podcast | January 25, 2024

AI in 2024: What Comes Next?

Alert | January 11, 2024

UPDATE: DOD Proposed Rule Solidifies Plans for CMMC 2.0 Program: Security Requirements, Assessments, Affirmations, and Some Flow-Down Details

Article | december 14, 2023

AI Policies Needed to Avoid Liability in Government Contracting

Article | November 14, 2023

Artificial Intelligence, the False Claims Act, and the Public Disclosure Bar

Article | August 24, 2023

How contractors can make sure they say what they mean when using artificial intelligence to write proposals

Alert | August 22, 2023

DOD Devotes Resources to Responsible Adoption of Generative AI 

Newsletter | August, 2023

Defense Department’s Updated Procurement Process Allows Quicker Access to Private Sector AI Products

Article | July 25, 2023

Gov't Contractors Should Prep For Increased AI Scrutiny

Podcast | June 22, 2023

AI: The Next Big Thing in Government Contracting

Blog Post | June 13, 2023

Department of Defense is Tackling AI Challenges, Considering Bills of Materials


Political Law 

Article | December 15, 2023

State Regulation of AI Use Should Give Political Campaigns Pause

Podcast | October 12, 2023

The “Wild West” of AI Use In Campaigns


Intellectual Property 

Media Mention | November 3, 2023

Biden AI Order Sets Patent Office Deadline On Invention Controls

Blog post | september 22, 2023

U.S. Copyright Office Seeks Comment on AI and Copyright Issues in Recent Notice of Inquiry

Blog Post | July 12, 2023

AI and Copyright Law: Understanding the Challenges


State Regulation 

Media Mention | February 16, 2024

Bid To Ax Calif. Kids' Digital Safety Law Gets Diverse Backing


Alert | February 13, 2024

California Appeals Court Allows Immediate Enforcement of CPRA Regulations


Alert | January 12, 2024

State Privacy Update: New Jersey Becomes 13th State to Pass a Consumer Privacy Bill


Blog Post | November 29, 2023

California Previews Draft Regulations for Automated Decision-Making Technology, Promising More to Come in 2024

Blog Post | September 13, 2023

California Eyes New Privacy, Cyber, and AI Obligations


Litigation 

Article | November 9, 2023

Navigating Discovery Of Generative AI Information

Blog Post | October 18, 2023

AI Use is Promising Yet Risky for Government Subpoenas and CIDs

Media Mention | August 9, 2023

Int'l Arb Is On The Cusp Of An AI-Charged Sea Change


Compliance 

Media Mention | November 8, 2023

AI is about to face many more legal risks. Here’s how businesses can prepare

BLOG POST | May 24, 2023

Generative AI Policies: Five Key Considerations for Companies to Weigh Before Using Generative AI Tools


Key Contacts

Duane C. Pozza
202.719.4533 | dpozza@wiley.law

Kathleen E. Scott
202.719.7577 | kscott@wiley.law

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