ChatGPT and Creating AI Corporate Policies: Mitigating Risks and Balancing Legal, Policy, and Ethical Considerations
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will examine the growing use of ChatGPT and other generative AI in various business settings. The panel will address the need for organizations to put adequate policies and procedures in place to identify and manage the risks of this evolving technology.
- Defining ChatGPT and generative AI
- Ways organizations are using ChatGPT and generative AI
- Benefits and limitations of Chapt GPT and AI
- Risks associated with ChaptGPT and AI
- Items to address in creating a ChaptGPT and AI corporate policy
- Where should policy be documented?
- Vendor due diligence
- Compliance with applicable law
- Ensuring reliability, accuracy, and effectiveness
- Data confidentiality, privacy, and security
- Bias and discrimination
- Transparency, explainability, and disclosures
- Intellectual property considerations
- Employee training
- Management, accountability, and responsibility
- Incident response and reporting
- Ethical considerations
- Continuous monitoring and improvement
The panel will address these and other key issues:
- What is ChatGPT and generative AI?
- How are businesses currently using ChatGPT and other generative AI?
- What are the benefits, limitations, and risks of generative AI?
- What are the key issues that need to be addressed in setting policies for the use of generative AI in an organization?
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
Ms. Mahdavi is a founding member of the firm’s Artificial Intelligence working group and has specialized training... | Read More
Ms. Mahdavi is a founding member of the firm’s Artificial Intelligence working group and has specialized training in AI governance. She advises a variety of clients on the emerging laws that impact the development and implementation of AI solutions. Focused on data privacy, cyber security, and technology transactions, Ms. Mahdavi counsels a diverse array of companies from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies in both local and global markets. She works closely with clients on data privacy and security compliance programs and advises on all aspects of local and international data privacy and security laws, including the California Consumer Privacy Act, the California Privacy Rights Act, the EU and UK GDPR, as well as COPPA, CAN-SPAM matters, and emerging laws and regulations around the world. Ms. Mahdavi also advises on data retention and minimization, privacy by design, data inventories, cross-border transfer agreements, privacy impact assessments and negotiating third-party agreements including digital marketing, software licensing, SaaS, and other commercial agreements.Close
Senior Product, Privacy, and Regulatory Counsel
Mr. Thomas oversees trust and data protection across Dialpad’s suite of VoIP and AI services, including data... | Read More
Mr. Thomas oversees trust and data protection across Dialpad’s suite of VoIP and AI services, including data lifecycle, privacy by design, and user experience. He comes to product counseling with a background in data security and telecommunications, as a consultant for IBM and associate in FCC regulatory practice at Squire Sanders and Jones Day. Mr. Thomas has previously spoken on AI topics for the ABA, and served as Chief Legal Officer for The Open Organisation Of Lockpickers.Close
Stephen S. Wu
Silicon Valley Law Group
Mr. Wu advises clients concerning cutting edge information technologies, such as artificial intelligence, automated... | Read More
Mr. Wu advises clients concerning cutting edge information technologies, such as artificial intelligence, automated vehicles, robotics, mobile computing, cloud computing, Big Data, human-computer interfaces, and the Internet of Things. His work in AI includes counseling clients on the use of ChatGPT and other forms of generative AI. Mr. Wu helps clients with transactions, compliance, liability, investigations, and information governance regarding these technologies. His work includes establishing data security, privacy, and records management policies and programs. Mr. Wu served as the 2010-2011 Chair of the ABA Section of Science & Technology Law. He currently serves as Chair of the ABA Artificial Intelligence and Robotics National Institute and is an Advisory Committee Member for the ABA Task Force on Law and Artificial Intelligence.Close