Because artificial intelligence (AI) tools are the rage these days, you need to protect your business by having a game plan in place to prevent getting hosed.
Whether it’s employees, independent contractors, or their subcontractors, someone is going to use AI to save time when performing services for you.
And it could be on just about anything. This includes:
- logo design
- article writing and other content marketing
- software development
- customer service
Does this mean AI tools are bad? No. In fact, we use them but take precautions.
Now if you’re totally risk averse, you may want a no-AI policy. Yet if you’re willing to take advantage of these tools, you still want to determine the scope of what can and cannot be done with artificial intelligence. Otherwise, you may be paying for something you think you own but don’t because the results were generated by AI…and maybe even your competitor(s) have the same thing because a tool generated it for them too.
What’s clear is that you’ll want your “No AI” or limited AI policy in writing…and ideally as part of your contracts with each service provider.
What if you’ve already got contracts in place that don’t address the issue? You can simply amend them instead of replacing the agreements.
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