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Strategies for the AI Era


With artificial intelligence developing rapidly and affecting all corners of business, we are sharing timely insights and strategies from lawyers across the firm.


Artificial intelligence is here, and with it comes unprecedented legal questions and business risks. Companies are implementing AI in novel ways, regulators are considering its impacts, and courts are grappling with how to apply traditional legal concepts to a fundamentally new technology. Davis Polk’s cross-practice AI team will update this page with the latest developments and insights.  


European Parliament approves AI Act

AI traps and strategies

As the use of generative artificial intelligence becomes ubiquitous, it is critical for companies to learn to recognize and avoid common traps associated with AI. The hazards range from uncertain intellectual-property protections and privacy considerations to the risk of missing out on the significant benefits of AI. Here, we highlight seven key traps and associated strategies for businesses.

Managing the risk of uncertain IP protection

Risks of inputting private information into AI tools

Inaccurate information produced by generative AI

Managing the risk of bias in generative AI output

AI training datasets may include copyrighted content

Disclosure issues related to the use of generative AI

Risk of missing out on the benefits of generative AI

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