Artificial Intelligence Poses A Greater Risk To IP Than Humans Do

Bradford K. NewmanCrunch Network Contributor Bradford K. Newman is the chair of Paul Hasting’s Employee Mobility and Trade Secret Practice and the author of Protecting Intellectual Property In The Age Of Employee Mobility: Forms and Analysis. How to join the networkSubstantial thought and angst has been expended over the fact that artificial intelligence (AI) is coming to your workplace to take over blue- and white-collar jobs, alike. But a major risk of AI has been almost entirely ignored: the threat to companies’ intellectual property (IP). Existing laws are insufficient to protect against the unique threats posed by AI. While I am no fan of over-regulation, now is the time to call for legislative action — before it’s too late. Leading technological and legal minds need to develop legislative safeguards that Congress can enact — ones…


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