Artificial Intelligence

The Cyber Safety Review Board (Board) issued a report entitled, Review of the Attacks Associates with Lapsus$ and Related Threat Groups (Report), released by the Department of Homeland Security on August 10, 2023. The Report begins with a message from the Board’s Chair and Vice Chair discussing WarGames, a movie with interesting parallels to

Recently, things may have sped up a little in your doctor’s office. The notes for your recent visit may have been organized and filed a little more quickly. You might have received assistance sooner than expected with a physician letter to your carrier concerning a claim. You also may have received copies of those medical

On June 7, 2023, Connecticut’s Governor signed Senate Bill (SB) 1103, which enacted regulations regarding artificial intelligence, automated decision-making, and personal data privacy. The law sets several requirements for state agencies’ development and use of automated systems for critical decisions, including the designation of an artificial intelligence officer under the Office of Policy and

On April 6, 2023, the New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (“Department”) issued its Final Rules regarding automated employment decision tools (“AEDT”). As previously reported, New York City’s AEDT law, Local Law 144 of 2021, prohibits employers and employment agencies from using AEDT unless:

  • The tool has been subjected to a

Last week, a New York Times’ article discussed ChatGPT and AI’s “democratization of disinformation,” along with their potentially disruptive effects on upcoming political contests. Asking a chatbot powered by generative AI to produce a fundraising email is not the main concern, according to the article. Leveraging that technology to create and disseminate disinformation and deepfakes

While programs such as Artificial Intelligence bots that can write poetry or develop art are capturing people’s interest, administrative agencies across the country are concerned about how similar technology including algorithms and automated decision making may affect employees and consumers alike. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to the New York City Department of Consumer

Much is being written about “remote work” – is it productive, will demand for it continue or be curtailed in a recession, is cybersecurity compromised, does it inhibit workplace culture, collaboration, etc. Lots of questions, few clear answers. The discussion seems largely centered on office workers, professional services providers like me, who generally can perform

In 2021, New York City enacted a measure that banned the use of Automated Employment Decision-Making Tools (“AEDT”) to (1) screen job candidates for employment, or (2) evaluate current employees for promotion, unless the tool has been subject to a “bias audit, conducted not more than one year prior to the use of the tool.”

Continuing its initiative regarding the use of data, automated processes, and artificial intelligence (“AI”), the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) is holding a hearing on January 31, 2023 for examining the use of automated systems and AI in employment decisions.

This in-person hearing will begin at 10:00am EST on January 31 at the EEOC