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With more than 15 years of experience in investment management, Sandhya Ganapathy brings significant knowledge and depth to her clients. Representing asset managers, she assists clients in the structuring and private offering of onshore and offshore investment vehicles, and provides guidance on registration and compliance obligations under both state, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and National Future Association (NFA) guidelines.

The author wishes to acknowledge the contributions of summer associate Henry Little

Proposed Rules

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) indicated this summer that it plans to introduce proposals to regulate conflicts of interest associated with artificial intelligence (AI) later this year as part of its semiannual rule-writing agenda. The SEC is considering proposed

Introduction to AI and Definitions

Artificial intelligence (AI), a term first coined in the 1950s, is a field of technology that engages in problem-solving by using AI algorithms to make predictions or classifications based on input data.[1] With the recent emergence of generative AI technology, the regulation of AI has become a priority for