But a very lawyerly question surrounding AI is: Who owns the content that’s produced? Me? You? All of us? Disney??
We invited Melissa Rogozinski, of RPC Strategies, onto the Non-Eventcast podcast, to find out – and, to also talk about logistics around law firms using AI.
Melissa starts things off by chatting about why a cautious approach around AI usage by law firms is needed (11:00).
Next, Melissa talks about how she prompts AI to provide her with the outputs she wants (17:06), before addressing a few specific use cases around how Melissa leverages AI in her own business (24:36) — while also considering how other media companies build content with AI (23:32).
And, not to worry — Melissa does address the big question of ownership of AI content (20:30). Where does she land? You’ll have to listen to find out.
If you want to find out how to get into AI, without overstepping — this is the podcast episode for you!
Feel free to also check out our Business Development: CRM And Communications Special Report for more on the latest resources. (The Non-Event is supported by vendor sponsorships.)
Jared Correia, a consultant and legal technology expert, is the host of the Non-Eventcast, the featured podcast of the Above the Law Non-Event for Tech-Perplexed Lawyers.