Hogan Lovells launches AI Engage Hub

Resource allows clients to understand the AI regulatory framework within each region

Hogan Lovells launches AI Engage Hub

Hogan Lovells has launched its Artificial Intelligence (AI) Engage Hub – a free, integrated resource that centralizes AI insights, regulatory developments, and events, hosted on bespoke thought leadership platform Engage Premium.

The hub’s content is organized into key AI trends including AI governance, data and privacy, copyright, public policy, M&A, and disputes, also highlighting AI’s bourgeoning uses across the technology and telecoms, life sciences and health care, financial services, mobility and transportation, space, and other sectors.

The hub serves as a central resource for all AI-related content, and includes an original, interactive map that provides current updates to AI regulatory frameworks across the globe. intelligence. It is intended to help clients to fully understand the scope of AI enforcement across their global business ventures.

“AI has the power to transform every industry. As machine learning technologies continue to evolve, businesses need dynamic, sophisticated compliance strategies,” said Hogan Lovells global regulatory partner Mark Brennan, who leads the firm’s technology and telecoms sector.

Former Hogan Lovells chair Leo von Gerlach, who serves at the forefront of the firm’s AI initiative as a partner in Hogan Lovells’ intellectual property, media, and technology practice in Hamburg, added: “As AI technologies continue to become more and more prevalent, one of our clients’ main challenges is keeping pace with the full breadth and depth of AI regulation for their global networks. Through the AI Hub, we offer a truly integrated, global approach to AI governance, presenting clients a one-stop shop to understand each region’s AI-focused regulatory framework.”

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