While Generative AI use policies are relatively new, some companies have started to implement internal policies that address usage and risk. The development of new governance concepts to address the pitfalls and ethical repercussions of generative AI must involve the evaluation of important questions across various functions of every organization. They include risk management and compliance, legal, public relations and reputation management.
Consider this. Hacker Magazine reports that “mid size organizations already have, on average, 54 Generative-AI integrations to core systems like Slack, GitHub and Google Workspace and this number is only expected to grow…. Samsung reported three different leaks of highly sensitive information by three employees that used ChatGPT for productivity purposes. One of the employees shared a confidential source code to check it for errors, another shared code for code optimization, and the third shared a recording of a meeting to convert into meeting notes for a presentation. All this information is now used by ChatGPT to train the AI models and can be shared across the web.”
Furia Rubel* works with clients across multiple industries to provide strategic guidance on generative AI usage in the workplace and when working with third-party partners. We are committed to staying ahead of the evolving conversation on policies regarding generative A.I. and its role and use in the workplace. Needs vary based on the organization. All organizations should be considering issues of transparency, accuracy and privacy, and have clear guardrails in place for members of their teams.
Furia Rubel provides virtual and in-person facilitation of these discussions, to help ensure that all ramifications of policies are considered. If you are interested in speaking to a member of our team about these services, please contact us.
*Furia Rubel is a marketing, public relations and crisis communications agency. We do not provide legal counsel. Policies created by clients of Furia Rubel must be reviewed and approved by the company’s general counsel and/or outside counsel.
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