FTC Approves Use of CIDs in Nonpublic Investigations of AI Products

Recently, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) unanimously approved a resolution that authorizes use of compulsory process in examining companies’ “products and services that use or claim to be produced using artificial intelligence (AI) or claim to detect its use.” This action underscores the urgency of the FTC and other federal regulators to monitor the swift integration of AI across many sectors of the economy and to provide oversight of its use in consumer products and services….
By: Womble Bond Dickinson
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