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AI and competing regulatory regimes: A comparative discussion

The future of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is about more than technology. Countries are offering their own regulatory regimes in the hope of influencing the global development of AI.

What do you need to know about these competing visions? And how will individuals and innovators be impacted by the winners and losers?

Organised by Berkeley Law Executive Education, their latest Berkeley Boosts was a comparative discussion on these regulatory regimes. Partner Victor Ho joined Kay Firth Butterfield from the World Economic Forum and Matt Sheehan from the Carnegie Endowment on this panel discussion.