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Warning: ChatGPT may produce inaccurate information about people, places, or facts.

April 18, 2023

Earlier this month, an Australian mayor threatened to sue ChatGPT for defamation over the chatbot’s claim that he was found guilty in a corporate bribery

AI Regulation and Liability

April 10, 2023

Who is liable, and why, if a self-driving car crashes?

Such questions, and their derivatives as they relate to new generative artificial intelligence interfaces like ChatGPT

Glimpse into the future; Lawyering in the age of artificial intelligence

April 4, 2023

The advent of the Information Age has made technology ubiquitous in our daily lives. It has improved not only how we conduct our day-to-day lives

Recent Developments in AI and Intellectual Property

March 1, 2023

When the framers of the Constitution granted Congress the power “[t]o promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to

An Interview with ChatGPT: Will AI replace lawyers?

February 14, 2023

The following interview is an unedited interaction between myself and the January 30, 2023 release of ChatGPT, a chatbot developed by OpenAI.[1] In

AI-Generated Images: The First Lawsuit

January 25, 2023

            On January 13, three artists filed a class-action lawsuit against a number of artificial intelligence (AI) companies, alleging copyright violations arising out of the

AI Infringement: Can Artists Sue AIs for Appropriations?

December 6, 2022

The year 2022 is destined to have its place in the chronicle of AI-related legal disputes since this year, not only did the Copyright Office