Every day, we interact with artificial intelligence via spellcheck or virtual assistants such as Siri and Alexa. However, Generative AI and its mass adoption for both personal and professional use is a more recent phenomenon.

In a recent article written by Pillsbury attorneys Dawn Crowell Murphy, Sam Eichner and Lori Panosyan, the authors consider the legal implications and potential impacts of Generative AI on associations and other nonprofits—exploring its accuracy, reliability, privacy and security, as well as other factors such as copyright ownership.

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