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Colorado just became the first U.S. state to pass a law (Senate Bill 24-205 “SB 24-205” or the “CAIA”) regulating consumer harms arising out of artificial intelligence (“AI”). While the CAIA will not go into effect until February 2026, it is part of a growing trend in the U.S., including, most notably, the White House’s guidance on “Algorithmic Discrimination Protections” published at the end of 2023.Continue Reading Colorado’s Artificial Intelligence Act (CAIA) – The First U.S. State Law Regulating Consumer Harms Arising Out of AI