A Technology With Immense Potential

But Wide-Ranging Legal Ramifications

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a technology with immense potential to change our world and every area of our daily life. From employee use for business automation and consumer-focused generative IP to self-driving cars (and lawyering), AI is poised to be one of the most innovative technologies of our lives. However, with such great potential inevitably comes global regulatory scrutiny and the subsequent development of legal frameworks that companies need to comply with. There are various ethical questions relating to artificial intelligence, as well as liability ramifications and unknowns about how existing intellectual property law corresponds to this new paradigm. These are only a few of the numerous legal ramifications of AI, which will continue to expand rapidly. At RICHT, our AI law practice focuses on working with clients to shape the space and stay ahead of the artificial intelligence regulatory curve.

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    AI vs. privacy: How to reconcile the need for sensitive data with the principle of minimization

    In the interest of good privacy practices, companies limit or avoid the collection of sensitive data, such as race or ethnicity, but then realize that without it, they are less able to engage in adequate artificial intelligence bias testing.

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    Wall Street Journal

    White House Issues ‘Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights’

    The White House on Tuesday issued guidelines aimed at safeguarding personal data from misuse in artificial-intelligence algorithms that drive hiring, lending and other business decisions.

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    Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance

    Generative Artificial Intelligence and Corporate Boards: Cautions and Considerations

    Generative AI (i.e., AI creating original content using machine learning and neural networks) has captivated people everywhere, producing a range of responses from doomsday warnings of machines rendering humans extinct to rosy dreams where machines possess magical properties. In corporate boardrooms, however, a more sober conversation is occurring.

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    National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

    NIST Risk Management Framework Aims to Improve Trustworthiness of Artificial Intelligence

    New guidance seeks to cultivate trust in AI technologies and promote AI innovation while mitigating risk.

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    ChatGPT Ban Lifted in Italy After Data-Privacy Concessions

    Developer OpenAI made the changes after Italy’s privacy regulator temporarily barred the AI tool.

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    The Center for Data Innovation

    Critics of Generative AI Are Worrying About the Wrong IP Issues

    Critics argue developers of generative AI systems such as ChatGPT and DALL-E have unfairly trained their models on copyrighted works.

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    Privacy & Responsible AI

    Artificial intelligence and machine learning are advancing at an unprecedented speed. This raises the question: How can AI/ML systems be used in a responsible and ethical way that deserves the trust of users and society?

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