Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center Publishes Guidelines on Use of Artificial Intelligence in Arbitration

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The Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center has published for public comment a first draft of “Guidelines on the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Arbitration.”  The proposed guidelines were drafted by the Center’s AI Task Force Guidelines Drafting Subcommittee and are intended to provide a framework for how to use artificial intelligence in domestic and international arbitrations.

The guidelines contain three key chapters: a chapter that applies to all participants in international arbitrations, a chapter that applies to parties and party representatives, and a chapter that applies to arbitrators.   The topics addressed by the guidelines include safeguarding confidentiality, duty of competence or diligence in the use of AI, and non-delegation of decision-making responsibilities.

To view and comment on the guidelines, check out the following link: SVAMC AI GUIDELINES PORTAL (typeform.com)  The deadline for submitting comments is September 30, 2023.

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