Artificial intelligence (AI) has captured the imagination and generated excitement with consumers and businesses, but at the same time, developments in AI have also raised public concerns and spawned regulation that sometimes threatens to outpace the technological innovation we are seeing. In this second in our series on AI, Stephen Piepgrass and colleagues Jim Koenig and Chris Willis discuss the background of AI, including the opportunities and associated risks it presents, as well as the emerging global best practices surrounding the collection, use, and sharing of data and its use in AI.Continue Reading AI: Technology, Opportunities, Risks, and Best Practices (Part Two)
Published in Law360 on January 25, 2023. © Copyright 2023, Portfolio Media, Inc., publisher of Law360. Reprinted here with permission.
In recent months, there has been an explosion of artificial intelligence tools that have given even technophobes an opportunity to test AI’s power from the comfort of their favorite web browser.
From DALL-E’s ability to generate digital images from natural language prompts to ChatGPT’s ability to answer questions, write blog posts, essays, poetry or even song lyrics, today’s AI tools can be used by anyone who can open a web browser.Continue Reading Preparing for an Era of Regulated Artificial Intelligence
On April 29, Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings Inc. (Aerojet) settled claims by whistleblower Brain Markus for a reported $9 million after the second day of a jury trial. This is the second recent settlement under the False Claims Act (FCA) relating to alleged misrepresentations about a company’s cybersecurity practices and systems in connection with…
Creation of CyTech. On May 9, the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) announced the creation of the NAAG Center on Cyber and Technology (CyTech), joining a number of other centers focused upon key issues for state attorneys general and the public, including tobacco and public health, ethics and public integrity, and consumer protection.