Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, comments in Business Journal about Biden’s AI executive order

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By Mignon A. Gould | The Business Journals

With President Biden issuing an executive order to try to set parameters for the use of artificial intelligence, Valley experts are weighing in on how it could impact local businesses.

According to the White House website, the primary purpose of the order — known as the Executive Order on Safe, Secure and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence — is to establish new standards for AI safety and security, protect Americans’ privacy, advance equity and civil rights, stand up for consumers and workers, promote innovation and competition and advance American leadership around the world.

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“The courts would be saddled with settling infringement cases.” So “having a way to measure authenticity could be beneficial… Rose also said she foresees cases involving AI infringement being ‘one of the busiest fields of legal practice over the next decade.’” – Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group Founder and President.