Daily Commerce
Thursday, March 23, 2023

Thursday, March 2, 2023

Stability copied Getty's photographs with associated text and metadata to train its Stable Diffusion model, which uses AI to generate computer-synthesized images in response to text prompts.
The COVID-19 public health emergency caught the state off guard and taught us many lessons that we can use to prevent being caught off guard again.

Wednesday, March 1, 2023

As it stands, there is currently no clear answer to whether AI-generated art qualifies for copyright protection.
A CalMatters investigation last month revealed businesses and government agencies routinely dispose of contaminated soil at landfills in Arizona and Utah — states with weaker environmental regulation and oversight — as opposed to in California where the waste would need to go to specialized hazardous waste disposal facilities.
For many communities around the state, the disappearance of COVID-19 resources is merely a reminder that the health disparities highlighted during the pandemic are long-entrenched.
In the first major legal test to the use of remote proctoring services in higher education, U.S. District Court Judge J. Philip Calabrese agreed in August that the room scanning was unconstitutional, stating that "Mr. Ogletree's privacy interest in his home outweighs Cleveland State's interests in scanning his room."


General News

Friday, March 17, 2023

U.S. District Judge John F. Walter paused the proceedings against former deputy mayor Raymond Chan last week after his lawyer, Harland W. Braun, was taken to the hospital. The motion for mistrial says he underwent emergency surgery and remains ill.
General News

Friday, March 17, 2023

"Todd brings a unique perspective as it relates to how the government prosecutes debarment cases," firm business practice chair John Allotta said.