Hogan Lovells launches cross-practice, cross-sector Global AI Trends Guide for 2023

Hogan Lovells launches cross-practice, cross-sector Global AI Trends Guide for 2023

Press releases | 31 May 2023

Washington, D.C., 31 May 2023 – Global law firm Hogan Lovells has introduced its Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) Trends guide, highlighting some of the key market-moving areas on which its lawyers are actively focused. 

As innovation surges, the legal and regulatory landscape is evolving rapidly, with regulators applying existing frameworks to account for AI, or in some cases, developing new paradigms entirely. Complex regulatory frameworks are being developed in areas ranging from medical devices, to chatbots, to global supply chains. The Global AI Trends Guide utilizes Hogan Lovells’ global reach, deep industry sector knowledge, and commercial-focused approach to help clients navigate a host of AI legal needs. 

“Across the globe, businesses, consumers, and policymakers are grappling with the pace of AI innovation,” said Hogan Lovells partner Mark Brennan, Leader of the firm’s Tech and Telecoms sector. “Our clients are turning to us to help them understand both the legal and regulatory implications of AI on their key products and markets. As an integrated global law firm, we’re proud to be able to provide comprehensive, practical legal counsel to our clients across industries and help them stay ahead of the market.” 

The global cross-practice, cross-sector guide provides a snapshot of considerations for AI technologies.

Notable insights include:

  • Global AI policy developments;
  • Ethical and responsible business applications;
  • Data privacy considerations, including transparency, data minimization, accuracy, and other aspects;
  • AI-enabled technologies’ impact on health care, life sciences, medical devices, and data management;
  • The role of AI in existing and future copyright and IP law; 
  • Regulation and risk management in the financial services sector, including on cloud-based hosting services, open-source AI software, and enhanced infrastructure;
  • Legal risks in the space, satellite, and telecoms industry; and
  • Applications for the automotive industry, including autonomous vehicles and connected technologies.

The Global AI Trends Guide is available here.