Regina Sam Penti Presents at MIT Conference on Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Practices: Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Transactions, FinTech, Strategic Commercial Agreements, Technology, Media & Telecommunications, Hardware & Consumer Technology, Enterprise Software, Venture Capital & Emerging Companies , Artificial Intelligence/ Machine Learning


Regina Sam Penti, a partner in the intellectual property transactions, data and emerging companies practice groups, spoke at the MIT EmTech Digital Conference, which concluded on May 3. The conference focused on the power of generative AI, its impact on creators, the models behind the technology and legal implications of AI-generated content, and was attended by over 800 participants.

In a fireside conversation, Regina discussed with MIT Technology Review Editor in Chief Mat Honan the “Legal Ramifications of AI,” which covered the shifting global legal landscape around AI, including what organizations can do to protect their AI investments and customers as well as the strategic legal issues, such as copyright considerations, that organizations face when using AI systems.

Regina also joined a panel on “Considerations in Implementing Generative AI Solutions in Highly Regulated Industries,” along with Brian Maher, Head of Product, Firmwide AI/ML Platforms at JPMorgan Chase.  The panel focused on technological, cultural, ethical, and process considerations for deploying solutions based on generative AI considerations in highly-regulated industries such as the financial services, healthcare, and industrial automation.

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