The New York City AI Audit Law has garnered a lot of attention over the last year as it was drafted, discussed, opened for comments and eventually put into effect. Also called Local Law #144, the new regulation spreads far beyond NYC, impacting any company anywhere that may want to hire employees from within the city.
Globally, Responsible AI governance is a hot topic as well, as different regions implement specific guidelines that may or may not align with others. Without European Union’s guidelines aligning with the US’s, for example, the issue can get tricky in a global economy.
In this panel discussion with Commissioner Sonderling, Seyfarth Shaw partner and employment attorney Rob Szyba, Hogan Lovells partner Scott Loughlin, and Littler shareholder Niloy Ray explore the implications of differing approaches to Responsible AI governance.