Experts: Copyright, IP concerns top of mind with AI use
Companies need to be aware of the legal risks and liabilities associated with their use of artificial intelligence (AI)-based technologies, as technology firms are not the only ones in regulators’ sights.
“Using AI can be like having an intern with a drinking problem,” said Justin Garten, a lecturer and AI consultant specializing in large language models, during a session at Compliance Week’s Europe conference in London on Tuesday. “At first, they look as if they know what they’re talking about, and then you slowly realize they don’t.
“AI tosses all our processes up in the air, and we don’t know how or where they’ll land. Be careful about the types of AI tools you are using and the purpose you’re using them for.”