Artificial Intelligence & Algorithmic Decision-Making (AI-X) Team

Advising on regulations and risk management. Measuring and mitigating unintended bias. Delivering peace of mind.


Regardless of the industry or customer base you serve, you likely use (or are considering using) artificial intelligence or algorithms to help make business decisions. As policymakers continue to address concerns about these tools — particularly their potential for producing unintended bias — organizations using algorithms may be exposed to regulatory, litigation and reputational risk. We combine the regulatory and litigation experience of attorneys who have advised clients on these issues for years with the data scientists at Tritura, Faegre Drinker’s AI subsidiary, who understand the innerworkings of these technologies and can test your algorithms for unintended bias. With this interdisciplinary approach, we help you understand the risks related to automated decision-making, respond to emerging laws and regulations, keep up with best practices, and leverage the value of AI and algorithms in a safe, legal and ethical manner.

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Insights & Events

Artificial Intelligence and Algorithmic Decision-Making Insights

Updates May 2022

EEOC, DOJ: Using AI Technology in Employment-Related Decisions May Violate ADA

7 min read  
Updates May 2022

Artificial Intelligence Briefing: Agencies Release Guidance on Employer Use of AI Systems

6 min read  
Media Mentions May 2022

Elsa Bullard and Kate Middleton Speak to Minnesota Lawyer About Recently Launched AI-X Team

2 min read  
Media Mentions May 2022

Gerald Hathaway Provides Insight to VentureBeat on How AI Regulations May Impact Employers

2 min read  
Podcast April 2022

Faegre Drinker on Law and Technology Podcast: What Is Algorithmic Bias? Why Is It Important?

1 min read  
Updates April 2022

Artificial Intelligence Briefing: Self-Regulation and Tackling Algorithmic Bias

3 min read  
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