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Artificial Intelligence and Antitrust: The end of competition as we know it…

Location: Room 2.1, Centre for Commercial Law Studies (QMUL), 67-69 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3JB

AI has attracted significant antitrust interest raising the question of whether the competition regimes as they stand are ready to address potentially anticompetitive outcomes arising from AI decisions. Although many issues arising with AI elide with the antitrust debate around big data, AI and the use of algorithms raises its own rather specific issues.

Professor Suzanne Rab, barrister at Serle Court Chambers will address among the following key questions:

  • Will AI lead to anticompetitive outcomes?

  • Is there an enforcement gap?

  • Views from the regulators.

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