Using generative AI for coding? Know your risks

November 22, 2023

Cooley partner Tracy Rubin runs through five common legal risks that businesses encounter when using generative AI to save time on coding tasks.

  1. Open-source contamination
  2. IP ownership
  3. Trade secret protection
  4. Malware
  5. Imperfect outputs

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