In a recent article published by Compliance Week, Gunster shareholder Jonathan Osborne weighs in on the debate of whether or not artificial intelligence (AI) should be regulated. The article goes on to note that Facebook’s top executive in charge of developing artificial intelligence believes that lawmakers should not target the advancements with AI, but instead focus on how the technology is being used.
Osborne states that companies should continue to lobby lawmakers and “join in the debate about how law and regulations evolve to catch up with the technology.”
Jonathan K. Osborne is a business litigation shareholder and co-chair of the firm’s White Collar Criminal Defense & Internal Investigations practice. He began his practice at Gunster and later returned to the firm after serving in the U.S. Department of Justice as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of Florida.
An experienced first chair trial attorney, Jonathan represents individuals and organizations in civil business litigation, including the defense of legal malpractice claims as well as white collar criminal matters and internal investigations.