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How can organizations prepare for generative AI?

Generative AI is changing the paradigm, and risks around specific use cases will continue to arise.

Generative AI is changing the paradigm, and risks around specific use cases will continue to arise. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto.

Krissy Katzenstein
Partner, Baker McKenzie
Brad Newman
Partner, Baker McKenzie
Robin J. Samuel
Partner, Employment and Compensation Practice, Baker McKenzie
Julia Wilson
Partner, Employment & Data Protection, Baker McKenzie
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