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May 29, 2024

Jim Frederick and Hannah Anderson Lay Out Potential AI Legislation For Fierce Healthcare

Product liability and mass torts counsel Jim Frederick and associate Hannah Anderson, members of Faegre Drinker’s AI-X team, recently discussed with Fierce Healthcare how Congress may tackle potential AI legislation following the release of the long-awaited AI road-map released earlier this month. 

Frederick said the road map serves as an update to companies and stakeholders, though it doesn’t share what potential legislation may shape out to be. 

“The roadmap is sort of the next iteration from the federal government of the U.S., a sort of very high-level effort to stay engaged on the topic of AI … To me, it's more of what we have already seen from the federal government, around AI, which is sort of aspirational, and sort of broad-brush policy level discussions rather than, you know, sort of meat and potatoes type regulation or even a signal towards where the regulation might go,” he said. 

Anderson said she expects Congress to continue to work on the issue for some time, including funding services to ensure federal agencies stay on top of the shifting AI industry. 

“There's this idea that America has a history of innovation and being on the forefront of things, and if we want to keep that pace, and then keep that position globally, there has to be some investment,” Anderson said.

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