About this course

Artificial intelligence contracts raise new concerns, as well as familiar ones. They're software agreements and so call for terms many software contract managers and lawyers know well. But certain AI systems raise unique issues, particularly generative AI and other forms of machine learning (ML). This course looks at those issues and explains the new terms they require.

And it's brand-new: recorded in February and published in March, 2024!

Enroll and receive a year's access. Refer to this video resource - or any chapter - again and again, whenever you need it.

Topics covered include:

  • Rights to training data, prompts, and outputs
  • Special IP risks and their impact on indemnities, warranties, and more
  • Privacy compliance terms
  • Terms on hallucination, defamation, and other third party risks
  • AI’s role as SaaS … or not
  • And more …

You can review a sample chapter right here.

As usual, your instructor is David Tollen, author of The Tech Contracts Handbook, attorney, UC Berkeley lecturer, expert witness, and sought-after speaker.

Length: c. 1 hr., 15 min. (CA CLE 1 hr.)

Recorded February 2024

An individualized certificate is generated when you complete the course.

CLE: Tech Contracts Academy On-Demand programs are approved for Continuing Legal Education (“CLE”) credit in California, and we provide a CA CLE certificate (self-study). Jurisdictions elsewhere (and professions) differ on whether students may apply individually, and if so what’s required. See here for details about CLE.


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