Artificial Intelligence Policy & Regulation
- The public policy and regulatory landscape around artificial intelligence (AI) is changing rapidly, and Holland & Knight's Artificial Intelligence Policy Team is at the center of this important debate.
- Our lawyers and policy professionals work closely with Congress, the Executive Branch and our clients to help shape AI policies that will maximize opportunities while minimizing risks.
The lawyers and policy professionals on Holland & Knight's Artificial Intelligence Policy Team are at the center of the AI policy debate on Capitol Hill and within the administration. We work with our clients to promote policies that support innovation and manage the risks associated with AI technologies. Our attorneys and advisors work to craft legislative and regulatory solutions that provide reliability and are durable for the future.
In particular, the newest generative AI systems raise novel or expanded issues, including those related to privacy, cybersecurity, intellectual property, liability, transparency, bias, export control and child protection. Because our AI Policy Team draws on the resources of a full-service global law firm, we can provide policy advice based on deep experience in each of these areas. Some clients want to shape AI policy, while others want to be kept abreast of the debate to prepare for changes. Either way, we can help.
Our AI Policy Team has a long history of working with emerging and disruptive technologies. We have developed policy and advised clients in areas such as quantum computing, internet governance, drones, commercial spaceflight and nanotechnology. In each case, our lawyers and policy professionals have worked with companies, coalitions and other stakeholders to build broad-based and bipartisan support. Because of our track record, we are trusted advisors to Congress and the Executive Branch, no matter which party is in power.