A Sound AI Policy Mitigates Risk and Eliminates Ambiguity

By: Ioana Good

Published in the New York Law Journal (subscriber-based)

Artificial Intelligence is no longer the wave of the future; it is the here and now. Whether used in the legal industry, academia, publishing, or even screenwriting (one reason the Hollywood strike lasted as long as it did), AI tools affect multiple aspects of business today. And this will only grow as the technology, use cases, and tools evolve.

Many organizations have started using AI tools already. One company I spoke with in the tech space uses AI to generate information for training material. Rather than exclusively relying on expensive subject matter experts, AI provides an alternative. The technology has eased the hiring burden, helped generate useful content, and improved delivery times for many projects. Another organization uses AI for research, incorporating it into their workflow as a standard check and balance and an additional data point to ensure accuracy. But before everyone dives in and starts using AI tools in their everyday workflow, it is important to have an internal policy that outlines what, when, how, and why AI should be used.

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