artificial intelligence

According to Bloomberg and Reuters, as reported by MSN.com, the U.S. Space Force has “paused the use of web-based generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools like ChatGPT over data security concerns.”

In a memo issued to its workforce, Space Force has prohibited the use of web-based generative AI tools until approval is received by the

This week we are pleased to have a guest post by Robinson+Cole Artificial Intelligence Team patent agent Daniel J. Lass.

As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes better and more prevalent, people will increasingly use its computing power to supplement or replace human creativity. Film director Gareth Edwards attempted to do just that  in his new

Retool, a software development firm offering modular code for customizable enterprise software, recently notified 27 customers that a threat actor had accessed their accounts. The attacker was able to navigate through multiple layers of security controls after taking advantage of an employee through an SMS-based phishing attack. The attacker then used this access to target

We have been keeping a keen eye on the explosion of the use of artificial intelligence (AI) tools and generative AI. We are assisting clients with Governance Programs to formulate a process to evaluate the use of AI in their organizations, encourage safe and reliable use of AI tools by employees, evaluate appropriate uses of

On September 8, 2023, the California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) will discuss the two new sets of proposed California Privacy Protection Act (CCPA) regulations. Here is a breakdown of the two new proposed regulations and issues up for discussion:

Auditing Requirements: If a business processes data that poses a “significant risk to consumers’ security”

A growing number of states have enacted laws this year to study artificial intelligence (AI), ahead of possible legislative action to address expected threats to jobs, civil liberties, and property rights with the emerging technology. The specific goals of these committees have varied. For instance, Minnesota is studying how intelligence sharing with AI might enable

CISA released a blog post last week reminding software designers that artificial intelligence (AI) tools are software and that they “must consider the security of the customers as a core business requirement, not just a technical feature, and prioritize security throughout the whole lifecycle of the product, from inception of the idea to planning for