Antitrust and AI: Competition Issues From AI Use and AI Markets

DATE: Thursday, June 27, 2024

TIME: 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

Antitrust law faces new challenges from algorithmic pricing and market mechanisms relating to artificial intelligence. This panel discussion will provide insights into antitrust issues including potential collusion and monopolistic use of algorithms, as well as competition in AI markets. Public and private sector experts will cover agency, pricing models, and the structure of AI markets and how these evolving issues will shape the future of antitrust enforcement relating to AI.

Topics will include:

  • Technical background and evolution of AI-driven pricing models
  • Legal theories of collusion and competition relating to AI
  • Roles of market players, including chip providers, software and model developers, and deployers
  • Discovery challenges in AI antitrust matters
  • Competition in AI markets
  • The future of AI and antitrust enforcement


Registration for this webinar is FREE and AUTOMATIC for all registrants of The Sedona Conference AI and the Law, Parts 1 or 2. Conference registrants need not re-register specifically for this webinar and will receive calendar invitations and log-in credentials by email.



Kenneth J. Withers
The Sedona Conference
Phoenix, AZ, USA


Redgrave Data

Chantilly, VA, USA


US Department of Justice

San Francisco, CA USA

Rule Garza & Howley

Washington, DC USA

Federal Trade Commission

Washington, DC USA

Scott & Scott

Colchester, CT USA