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The People vs. ChatGPT?

Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journal

In this article, Joseph Rillotta and Joshua Robbins (Shareholder and Co-Chair of White Collar and Investigations Practice, Buchalter) examine how the criminal justice system might handle a company's artificial intelligence (AI) program going rogue and perpetrating a fraud on customers or investors. Rillotta and Robbins reflect on how far vicarious liability principles might be stretched and on how regulation of AI and revised industry standards might be impactful.