Machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) have permeated the supply chain. The reasons are apparent. Low cost and efficiency are an easy sell in today’s economy, with rampant inflation in the supply chain and tight labor markets.
Yet, the economic motivation for AI must be tempered by human (or human-programmed) review of AI systems. Rules are necessary to ensure that the fundamental privacy and moral rights of individuals are protected. From data input to disaster recovery, AI vendor management ensures both the protection of businesses and the broader society.
In an Insight article written by Lily Li, Founder of Metaverse Law for Data Guidance, Lily discusses data minimization for AI vendors, algorithmic bias and disgorgement, considerations for AI terms and conditions, and business continuity and disaster recovery considerations for AI.