On Tuesday, alternative dispute resolution service provider JAMS announced new rules around disputes involving artificial intelligence. These rules cover a range of issues, including the protection of proprietary training data and AI models, as well as the knowledge needed to arbitrate disputes concerning AI software.

In a news release, JAMS noted that the rules “refine and clarify procedures for cases involving AI systems” and help “equip legal professionals and parties engaged in dispute resolution with clear guidelines and procedures that address the unique challenges presented by AI, such as questions of liability, algorithmic transparency, and ethical considerations.”