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Technology,
Government

Mar. 20, 2024

California continues wave of artificial intelligence legislation

AB 2930 aims to prevent algorithmic discrimination by imposing various requirements on developers and users of AI systems that make consequential decisions affecting people’s lives.

Kevin J. White

Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP

Jesse Borja

Associate, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP

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As Artificial Intelligence continues to advance and become more widespread, various concerns regarding its potential discriminatory effects have been raised, particularly when it is used in critical decision-making processes affecting employment, housing, and credit. In response to these growing concerns, California introduced Assembly Bill 2930 (AB 2930) on Feb. 15. AB 2930 is potentially landmark legislation that seeks to combat “algorithmic discrimination” by intr...

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