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Algorithmic Pricing- The New Competition Law Frontier?

Stephen Wisking, Molly Herron, Digital Business Lawyer, 2017

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The last year has seen a surge in interest in artificial intelligence (AI), especially algorithmic pricing, and what it means for antitrust law (in particular the headline-grabbing concern that machine learning could result in pricing algorithms ’colluding’ in order to automatically fix prices). In this article, Stephen Wisking and Molly Herron consider this topical issue and the public pronouncements on this made by the key competition regulators to date.

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