Podcast: Algorithms and Competition Law

As AI adoption increases, and governments and regulators across the globe grapple with how best to regulate AI, we look at some of the legal issues organisations should consider when implementing AI solutions.

In this podcast, Competition Partner, Jordan Ellison and Senior PSL Annalisa Tosdevin discuss the competition law considerations arising from the use of algorithms. They consider some of the concerns around algorithms, the extent to which these concerns are really a competition law issue and how competition regulators might get involved. They finish with some practical takeaways for clients who use AI and algorithms in their business.

This podcast is the first in a new series that will be exploring the legal impacts of regulating AI across a number of different practices. Look out for this campaign and our insights on the topic over the coming months.

You can find out more about our ‘Regulating AI’ series, and further AI related insights and publications, on our Regulating AI hub.

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Jordan Ellison
Partner at Slaughter and May
Annalisa Tosdevin
Senior PSL at Slaughter and May