Colorado recently passed a law creating consumer protections for interactions with artificial intelligence systems. The law specifically identifies high-risk systems, including in those that impact health care. The law requires risk mitigation, documentation and robust governance.

Monique N. Bhargava has written an in-depth article on the law and what it means for AI regulation in the U.S. As AI systems pervade more of society, their regulation will continue to be an issue that states and eventually the federal government will have to tackle.

Reed Smith will continue to follow developments in the regulation of AI, if you have any questions about this Colorado law or other efforts to regulate AI systems, please reach out to Monique or to the lawyers of Reed Smith.