artificial intelligence

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

As modern companies are increasingly adopting AI systems to automate and augment their businesses, many legal and compliance departments have cautioned against fully embracing this new and untested technology. Successful companies will need to develop an approach that allows them to benefit from AI’s competitive advantage while mitigating their risk of litigation.

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Part I of this two-part post focused on new challenges in IP procurement for businesses using AI for innovation. This second and final post will identify potential risks of IP infringement, and some additional considerations.

AI-generated content may create risks of infringement of IP owned by third parties. This is particularly relevant to trademarks or