Artificial Intelligence (AI) can offer manufacturers and other companies necessary assistance during the current workforce shortage. It can help workers answer questions from customers and other workers, fill skill gaps, and even help get your new employees up to speed faster. However, using AI comes with challenges and risks that companies must recognize and address.

The issue of bias in artificial intelligence is assuming increased urgency in courtrooms around the country. Organizations that use AI to scan resumes can be sued for employment discrimination. Companies using facial recognition on their property might face premises liability. And numerous government agencies have announced their focus on companies that use AI in ways

Generative artificial intelligence (AI) has opened a new front in the battle to keep confidential information secure. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently released a draft report highlighting the risk generative AI poses to data security. The report, entitled “Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework:  Generative Artificial Intelligence Profile,” details generative AI’s potential