Perils and Possibilities: AI Meets Antitrust
A What's Brewing in Antitrust installment.
In this episode:
Covington & Burling Partner Cort Lannin and Senior of Counsel Terrell McSweeny along with Level Legal Director of Business Development Kevin Brzozowski discuss the details of AI in Antitrust.
Watch this on-demand livestream to get the scoop on where the Sherman Act applies to AI -- and where it doesn't, if AI will lead to more or less parallel conduct, and how plaintiffs and antitrust enforcers could use AI to detect potential unlawful conduct.
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- The difference between predictive and generative AI (2:09).
- What counts as an “agreement” between robots (7:37)?
- The algorithmic price-fixing case on Amazon Marketplace suggests an application to AI (8:14).
- The pending RealPage case will show how the court views an algorithm used without express agreement to allegedly standardize prices (11:56).
- Does ChatGPT think AI can coordinate on price (21:20)?
- For acquisitions, government agencies are scrutinizing AI more than past technologies (37:03).
- AI technology might make antitrust regulators and enforcers more effective (44:28).
- How AI could apply to no-poach policies (51:49).
- What organizations considering AI can do to manage exposure to antitrust risk (57:36).