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Can We Teach Antitrust to an Algorithm?

Can We Teach Antitrust to an Algorithm?

By Giovanna Massarotto* & Ashwin Ittoo**   The answer is “Yes.” Prof. Ashwin Ittoo and I have built a machine learning (“ML”) algorithm — an AI...
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Equifax To Buy Artificial Intelligence Powered Kount

Equifax has inked a deal to purchase artificial intelligence (AI)-powered fraud prevention and digital identity technology provider Kount for US$640 million. Kount’s staff members...
Artificial Intelligence and Antitrust in a Post-Qualcomm World

Artificial Intelligence and Antitrust in a Post-Qualcomm World

The questions in FTC v. Qualcomm are consequential in setting competitive norms in an economy anxious about the exercise of market power. Like many...
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EU To Launch Grand Plan For AI

The European Union is set to release new regulations for artificial intelligence that are expected to focus on transparency and oversight as the region...
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EU: Vestager promises Europe will go its own way on AI...

Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s new digital and big tech regulator, has promised ethical and human-centered rules on artificial intelligence (AI) in the first 100...
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Student Challenge Quadriptych – “Shaping Competition Policy in the Era of...

July 2019 CPI Europe Column edited by Anna Tzanaki (Competition Policy International) & Juan Delgado (Global Economics Group) presents: CPI Europe Column: Student Challenge Quadriptych – “Shaping Competition Policy in...

Understanding AI Collusion and Compliance

Posted by Social Science Research Network Understanding AI Collusion and Compliance By Justin P. Johnson (Cornell University) & D. Daniel Sokol (University of Florida) Antitrust compliance scholarship,...
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Summary of FTC Hearing #7: Algorithms, AI, and Predictive Analytics

December 2018 Summary of FTC Hearing #7: Algorithms, AI, and Predictive Analytics By Norman Armstrong, Jr. and Albert Kim (King & Spalding)1 Introduction The FTC continued its...

The Blockchain Antitrust Paradox

Posted by Social Science Research Network Is Blockchain the Death of Antitrust Law? The Blockchain Antitrust Paradox By Thibault Schrepel To this day, the legal system has been...

Algorithmic Collusion & Its Implications for Competition Law and Policy

Posted by Social Science Research Network Algorithmic Collusion & Its Implications for Competition Law and Policy By Kenji Lee Algorithms are increasingly employed by businesses as an integral...

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