Finding Uniformity & Standardizing the Use of AI Globally

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 123 minutes
Recorded Date: February 03, 2020
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  • Introduction & Overview
  • AI Use Cases
  • Sampling of AI Standards
  • Spotlight on Key AI Issues
  • Q & A
Runtime: 2 hours, 3 minutes
Recorded: February 3, 2020


AI has been and will continue to be used globally but what are the standards and guidelines we should be utilizing when deploying AI technology? While there are commonalities in the way AI is used, at present we don’t see a harmonized set of standards that can be used globally. So, what might a uniformed set of global guidelines look like?

Key takeaways:
  • Reviewing current guidelines set out by various countries to help find commonalities
  • Understanding the best set of policies that should be introduced and tangible steps to create the right actions.
  • Discussing the direction of future guidelines and how it will impact AI usage
This program was recorded as part of ALM's Legalweek Conference on February 3rd, 2020.

Provided By



Natalie Pierce

Shareholder & Co-Chair, Robotics, AI & Automation Practice Group
Littler Mendelson, P.C.

Natalie is co-chair of the firm’s Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Automation practice group, which is focused on providing representation and compliance assistance to employers in the robotics industry and employers integrating automation, AI, telepresence and robotics into their workplaces. This practice group partnered with a major insurance provider to create the first integrated policy covering users of robotics and robots with ingrained artificial intelligence. She is also a member of the firm's Unfair Competition and Trade Secrets practice group, Wage and Hour practice group, a core member of Littler’s Business Restructuring practice group and is co-chair of the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Council. She has served as a member of Littler's Board of Directors.

Bert Kaminski

Chief Counsel
ServiceMax, Inc

Bert Kaminski serves as Chief Counsel and a member of the executive leadership team at ServiceMax Inc., a California based cloud application provider. Bert is responsible for the legal affairs of the company and advises all levels of business and executive management on a broad range of legal, privacy and technology related-issues.

Prior to joining ServiceMax, Bert was Chief Commercial Counsel at GE Digital LLC, a General Electric company, where he served as GE Digital’s privacy leader and specialized in the Industrial Internet of Things, cloud computing, and software licensing, including issues involving cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science.

Previously Bert was Assistant General Counsel at Oracle, leading the Cloud Legal team and serving as the principal attorney globally for Oracle’s cloud computing and information technology managed services businesses.

Bert recently served as President of the New Jersey chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) and presently leads its Technology Law committee. Bert currently serves as an appointed member of the Privacy Bar Advisory Board of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

Ignatius Grande

Berkeley Research Group

Ignatius Grande has been advising clients on issues relating to electronic discovery, information management, and data privacy
for more than 15 years. With his legal and technical expertise, Ignatius is able to bridge the gap that can exist between IT and legal/compliance personnel. Ignatius often works with companies to address complex information management issues, including the onboarding of new software and the implementation of advanced technologies and data analytics.

He has performed compliance risk assessments for corporations addressing records retention and data remediation. Ignatius has
worked with both law firms and companies to guide them through the eDiscovery and the forensic investigation process. He has
served as formal eDiscovery liaison for clients and has represented parties in eDiscovery disputes before a variety of regulators. Ignatius also works with companies to effectively implement information management practices and has drafted and revised a variety of corporate policies.

Huu Nguyen

Squire Patton Boggs

Huu Nguyen is a deal lawyer with a strong technical background. He focuses his practice on commercial and corporate transactions in the technology and venture space, and counsels and assists clients with fintech and payment systems transactions, artificial intelligence (AI) and autonomous vehicle (AV) matters, licensing, outsourcing, complex commercial arrangements, strategic relationships, financial regulatory matters, privacy and security matters, cyber law and intellectual property (IP) rights matters. He also helps his clients with accelerator and foundry formations and associated fund formations, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, corporate formation and other related matters.

Before practicing corporate, commercial and technology law, Huu focused on intellectual property litigation and patent prosecution. Prior to joining Squire Patton Boggs, Huu seconded as an in-house counsel with a global financial services company. Huu was a board member of the Vietnamese-American Bar Association of Washington and has worked on IP and transactional matters pro bono for nonprofits.

Huu is a Vice-Chair of the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Committee of the American Bar Association (2018-2019), and has spoken widely on artificial intelligence law and written about the subject. He is also co-editor of Thomson Reuters' Fintech Law Report.

In his first career, Huu was a robotics, machine learning and AI research scientist and consulted with start-ups and Fortune 500 companies on technology.

Kevin Fumai

Senior Managing Counsel
Oracle Corporation

Kevin oversees the legal function of the Marketing Cloud and Communications and Retail Global Business Units at Oracle. He is responsible for all corporate and commercial activities, including acquisitions, strategic alliances, partnerships, and the spectrum of technology transactions (software, cloud/SaaS, hardware, consulting, outsourcing). He also partners with executive management and key stakeholders to support the product development lifecycle, monitor and mitigate organizational risks, ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements worldwide (including data privacy), and resolve disputes with customers, partners, and vendors.

Kevin has focused on the telecommunications, media, technology, and financial services industries during his career. He has significant knowledge of the challenges and opportunities faced by companies in these heavily regulated and highly competitive industries, including in new and emerging markets. In addition, his tenure at Oracle has provided in-depth insight into disruptive technologies such as cloud computing, big data/analytics, e-commerce, and social media, as well as the data privacy and security issues implicated by their rapid adoption.

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