The adoption of artificial intelligence tools in the enterprise is set to accelerate as venture capitalists and large corporations alike deploy billions of dollars toward creating and releasing new foundation models. Following ChatGPT’s rapid adoption, arguably the fastest adoption of a new technology application in the history of science, there is no turning back. Fasten your seatbelts and prepare for the disruption. The ability of machines to learn and improve without explicit instructions has the potential to revolutionize many industries, from healthcare to finance and up the courtroom steps and ultimately into the judge’s chambers. However, we all know that with great power comes great responsibility, and businesses that use AI must be aware of the legal and operational risks that come with it.

Potential for AI in the Enterprise

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