July 19, 2023

ChatGPT Can’t Predict the Future of Antitrust and AI (Yet)


Business litigation partner Paul Saint-Antoine and associates Matthew Lechner and Hannah McCausland Gerace coauthored an article for Law360 that examines the antitrust framework that has been applied to the earliest forms of artificial intelligence (AI). They also address other competitive concerns that might arise as the technology becomes more sophisticated and ubiquitous in the marketplace.

The authors share an antitrust analysis of pricing algorithms and define explicit, tacit and algorithmic collusion. Next, they detail antitrust concerns beyond pricing algorithms, including personalized pricing, product preferencing and data aggregation. Lastly, the authors address agencies’ responses to recent developments.

The full article is available for Law360 subscribers.

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