Author: Rolf Howard

Who Owns the Products of AI Content?

The use of artificial intelligence, or AI, is rapidly growing in every area of our lives. AI can be used to help write articles, poems, books, music and design art, including enhancing artwork that is already available. However, when using AI for any of these purposes you must be careful and cognisant of the possible legal obligations, including infringing upon copyrighted material.

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Legal obligations When Using AI in Your business

In a business world that is ever changing with the increasing use of automation, Artificial Intelligence is rapidly becoming the fastest way to streamline your business needs. Using AI can reduce costs, increase productivity, and enhance your ability to communicate effectively with your customers. However, there are legal implications to using AI that are necessary to understand so that your company’s use of AI is within legal and ethical bounds.

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What to Expect from Settlement Negotiations

Being involved in any sort of legal dispute can be overwhelming and stress inducing. People are often particularly worried about having to go to court and appear in front of a Judge. And, giving testimony can be considered a harrowing experience. While going to court is always an option, settlement negotiations can help you avoid expensive and stressful litigation.

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Are codes of practice legally binding?

Codes of practice are not simply nice business behaviours that we should all demonstrate, although they are that too. Workplace codes of practice are the minimum standard practical guides that help employers and workers comply with the work health and safety (WHS) laws in Australia. They cover various aspects of workplace safety, such as hazards and chemicals management, and the safe performance of specific tasks. But are codes of practice legally binding?

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