MLB player Aaron Judge went before the TTAB to block a person’s attempt to secure trademark rights for slogans that play on his name.
News by Conversation: AI Chatbots Could Transform the Way We Access Legal Insight and Commentary
News by conversation?
Well, it’s starting to happen – to a small extent, as reported by The New York Times’ Benjamin Mullin.
The implications of news by conversation are a tad scary for lawyers and law firms publishing legal insight and commentary to build a name.
At some point, I could have a conversation with AI to “get” what…
261: How to Follow Through
One of the things I hear most from lawyers is that they can’t follow through. They think the problem is they need more discipline or they’re lazy. But if you’re driven to succeed that’s definitely not the case. There’s a very different problem happening in our brain that we have little or no awareness of. Once we do, it becomes…
Blogging, With AI, Expedites – Dramatically – Legal Insight and Commentary on Primary Law
Immigration lawyer, and one of the first lawyers to publish to the net, Greg Siskind, shared on LinkedIn last night that GPT4 reduced a 500 page immigration bill introduced yesterday by Representatives Escobar and Salazar.
Siskind says, “In the past, I would have camped out at a Starbucks and probably spent a day producing a summary like this.”
Robert Scoble Visits LexBlog to See What We’re Up to on AI
We had the pleasure of having tech evangelist, blogger and author, Robert Scoble visit LexBlog, here in Seattle last evening.
With Robert’s having covered AI as much anyone, it was an honor that he was interested in seeing how LexBlog was using AI in legal publishing, particularly blogging.
Robert has been covering AI was well as anyone – and he’s…
Like A Phoenix Rising, A Recorded 1869 Subdivision Map Forms A Partial Foundation To Support The Creation Of Separate Legal Parcels In Later Transactions
Like A Phoenix Rising, A Recorded 1869 Subdivision Map Forms A Partial Foundation To Support The Creation Of Separate Legal Parcels In Later Transactions…
Will Law Blogs Use AI-Generated Content to Mislead the Public?
The New York Times’ Stuart Thompson reports dozens of fringe news websites, content farms, and fake reviewers are using artificial intelligence (AI) to create inauthentic content online, according to two reports released by NewsGuard and ShadowDragon.
The AI-generated content includes fabricated events, medical advice, and celebrity death hoaxes, raising concerns about the technology’s potential to reshape the misinformation landscape online.…
A.I., Like Netscape Before it, Can Connect Lawyers to People, for Good
The New York Times’ Pui-Wing Tam writes that much is being made of how to put this latest tech boom into perspective.
Tam shares that A.I. may be having a Netscape moment.
There are parallels between today’s fervor for A.I.-powered chatbots like ChatGPT and Bard and the excitement over the Netscape browser from the 1990s.
Both allowed people to recognize…
Efforts Expected of a Contractor When Efforts Clauses Are in Dispute
A construction project can be delayed for a multitude of reasons. Where the cause of the delay is not force majeure, or other excusable delay by a contractor, and where the contractor has some fault, what level of actions must a contractor take to satisfy the terms “best efforts” or “reasonable efforts” or “commercially reasonable efforts” often used in the ‘efforts…
The Briefing by the IP Law Blog: AI Generated Fake Drake Song – Legit or Lawsuit?
The Universal Music Group is accusing a TikTok creator of copyright infringement after they published an AI-Generated song that was made to sound like a Drake and Weeknd collaboration. Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss this dispute in this episode of The Briefing by the IP Law Blog.…