Artificial Intelligence

Lexing supports both those involved in the development and distribution of artificial intelligence tools and (public or private) entities that decide to use these tools in their projects.

Artificial intelligence offers new opportunities in many areas of human activity.

To take advantage of these opportunities, however, it is essential to assess the legal risks and constraints.

The emergence of artificial intelligence has given rise to a number of legislative initiatives that impose obligations on suppliers and users of artificial intelligence systems.

Anticipating legal constraints and reflecting them appropriately in contracts helps avoiding subsequent modifications to a project and ensures that your project is legally compliant from the outset. This gives your project a significant competitive edge, in a field where it is crucial to be among the first on the market.

As pioneer in the advanced technology sector, Lexing launched a department dedicated to the law of robotics and artificial intelligence ten years ago, anticipating the legal recognition of a new technological revolution at least as important as computers and the Internet were in the 20th century.

To this end, Lexing has developed a range of tools to support companies in their artificial intelligence projects:

– training aids for AI project teams;

– decision-making tools to help identify the applicable rules and their correct implementation in a given project;

– a range of solutions to facilitate the integration of these regulatory constraints into projects and the accompanying legal documents (practical information sheets, model clauses, etc.).

If you are looking for reliable legal support, the expertise of the Lexing team can certainly be an asset to contribute to the success of your AI project! Contact us now!

Our latest related publications/conferences

  • Publication
    Alexandre CRUQUENAIRE, Chloé ANTOINE, F. GEORGE, T. MALENGREAU

    , “Responsabilité contractuelle et extracontractuelle face à la robotisation et à l’IA”, in Les responsabilités et les garanties du vendeur en droit belge et en droit français - Approche de droit comparé, B. Dubuisson et P. Jourdain (coord.), Bruxelles, Larcier, 2024, pp. 1147-1310.

  • Conférence
    Alexandre CRUQUENAIRE, Alexandre CASSART, Chloé ANTOINE

    “L’IA: balises et points d’attention juridiques”, speech during the webinar L’intelligence artificielle et les pouvoirs locaux –opportunités, enjeux et impacts potentiels, organised by l’Union des Villes et Communes de Wallonie, 8 April 2024

  • Conférence
    Chloé ANTOINE, Alexandre CRUQUENAIRE, Laurent POULET

     , “Cadre juridique de l’intelligence artificielle”, Formation CIFAF, Liège, 27 novembre 2023. 

Book(s)

  • Publication
    Alexandre CRUQUENAIRE, Chloé ANTOINE, F. GEORGE, T. MALENGREAU

    , “Responsabilité contractuelle et extracontractuelle face à la robotisation et à l’IA”, in Les responsabilités et les garanties du vendeur en droit belge et en droit français - Approche de droit comparé, B. Dubuisson et P. Jourdain (coord.), Bruxelles, Larcier, 2024, pp. 1147-1310.

Conference(s)

  • Conférence
    Alexandre CRUQUENAIRE, Alexandre CASSART, Chloé ANTOINE

    “L’IA: balises et points d’attention juridiques”, speech during the webinar L’intelligence artificielle et les pouvoirs locaux –opportunités, enjeux et impacts potentiels, organised by l’Union des Villes et Communes de Wallonie, 8 April 2024

  • Conférence
    Chloé ANTOINE, Alexandre CRUQUENAIRE, Laurent POULET

     , “Cadre juridique de l’intelligence artificielle”, Formation CIFAF, Liège, 27 novembre 2023.