Ryan Blaney discussed with Law.com the artificial intelligence executive order and why it shouldn't be viewed as something directed towards private industries such as law firms, however it should spark conversation. "In reviewing this executive order, I think it’s more geared toward government and the agencies. President Trump is really directing his agencies and to do research around AI and to implement budgetary line items associated with the research and development of AI," Blaney explains. However, the order could be used as a way to start conversations on perfecting the technology. “Law firms are making investments in AI and other technology to better serve our clients," he says.
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