Artificial intelligence and other technology is already being used by corporations of every size to screen resumes, make hiring recommendations, and to identify existing employees for redeployment or reskilling. AI can even suggest which employees should be fired. Regulators at the local, state, federal and global levels have initiated overlapping regulatory efforts that create significant global compliance complexities for corporations using or seeking to use AI. In-house and outside counsel are increasingly being called upon to help their clients navigate through this complex technical and legal landscape. This panel will provide an overview of current regulatory efforts as well as provide a diverse perspective from advocates concerned about the potential discriminatory impact of artificial intelligence in employment decisions. The panel will provide examples and suggestions of ways to identify and avoid the use of unlawfully biased AI, as well as other ways in which counsel can help identify and mitigate risk in this uncertain regulatory environment.