Caveat creator: GenAI giants’ pledges won’t pre-empt copyright suits

Tech vendors offer indemnities on generative output, but end-users need to check the fine print, warn IP lawyers

One year after Wall Street banned the use of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) bots, the prevailing defensive stance towards the technology has shifted to one of active exploration.

Even banks – known for their conservatism and risk aversion – are now racing to experiment with hundreds of use cases. Some are already opening up access to GenAI’s possibilities to large numbers of employees.

But in the midst of this boom, one question has become a persistently worrisome part of the

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