With the finalization last fall of a rule for life insurers’ use of algorithms and predictive models that employ external consumer data, and the adoption of a law that governs businesses’ deployment of “high-risk” systems, Colorado has become a trend setter in artificial intelligence regulation. Both the rule and the law impose requirements designed to prevent the consequential use of technology from unintentionally discriminating against certain protected classes. Join us as we put these developments into a broader, national perspective and discuss the legal risk-management implications for insurers and other businesses that harness the power of AI.

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