The familiar rigors of complying with requests for eDiscovery—searching for, reviewing, processing, and producing electronically stored information (“ESI”)—can be challenging enough.
Artificial intelligence (AI) models are transforming industries and the workplace. While few companies will create AI models from scratch, most will find themselves licensing AI models from others.
Generative artificial intelligence (“Generative AI”) is making waves due to its ability to create entirely new sentences, stories, images, and even music. Those waves also have been felt in the legal industry, and Generative AI has extraordinary potential in the practice of law to help deliver better client service.
Artificial intelligence (“AI”) is revolutionizing the workplace, and bringing with it unique cybersecurity challenges.
After 18 months of numerous workshops, drafts, and discussions, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”) published its inaugural AI Risk Management Framework (the “AI Framework”) in January 2023.
On October 12, 2022, New York Attorney General Letitia James fined Zoetop Business Company, Ltd. (“Zoetop”), the owner of fast-fashion brands SHEIN and ROMWE, $1.9 million for mishandling a 2018 data breach and lying to the public about the scope of the breach.