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Metaverse Law’s Lily Li to guest star on Threat Watch podcast to discuss risks of ChatGPT, generative AI, and LLMs

Near the end of 2022, generative AI models became something of a sensation. Art-based models like Midjourney, DALL-E, and Stable Diffusion threw the art world into a panic, prompting companies to ban AI-generated art.[1] Models like ChatGPT—and its underlying GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 LLMs—seemingly invaded every social sphere, from academia[2] to big tech,[3] and prompted many to start asking, “Will AI replace us?”[4]

Given all this buzz around generative AI and LLMs, it’s only natural to consider the IT and security risks stemming from these emerging technologies. Afterall, there have been numerous recorded instances of actors using ChatGPT to build malware,[5] to improve malware,[6] to send phishing emails,[7] and more.

To discuss these topics, Metaverse Law’s founder Lily Li will join host Dr. Rebecca Wynn on BrightTALK’s Threat Watch podcast to discuss the many issues, risks, and concerns arising out of the use of AI.

WHAT: Metaverse Law’s founder Lily Li will join host Dr. Rebecca Wynn on the Threat Watch podcast to discuss AI, chatbots, LLMs, and more.

WHEN: March 30, 2023 — 12:00 pm ET

WHERE: Online (with free registration)


  • Data leaking and misuse in the AI supply chain.
  • Data transfer issues resulting from the use of AI.
  • IT and cyber security concerns.
  • Social engineering stemming from AI.
  • And more!

Whether you are currently using or thinking about using AI in your business, you do not want to miss Lily’s discussion on the risks and issues arising from this technology.

[1] https://brushwarriors.com/art-websites-that-ban-ai/

[2] https://www.tidio.com/blog/ai-in-education/

[3] https://www.zdnet.com/article/how-to-use-chatgpt-to-write-code/

[4] https://www.forbes.com/sites/robtoews/2021/02/15/artificial-intelligence-and-the-end-of-work/?sh=75edd9c456e3

[5] https://www.hackread.com/chatgpt-blackmamba-malware-keylogger/

[6] https://blog.checkpoint.com/2023/02/07/cybercriminals-bypass-chatgpt-restrictions-to-generate-malicious-content/

[7] https://research.checkpoint.com/2022/opwnai-ai-that-can-save-the-day-or-hack-it-away/