AI washing or AI Trojan horse? If companies falsely claim to work with AI or vice versa, this can cause more than just copyright problems for their customers.
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Constantin Rehaag is currently traveling a lot. The specialist lawyer for intellectual property rights at the international law firm Dentons has just attended a conference on copyright protection in the USA and then gave a lecture on legal topics in Madrid.

In his lectures and cases, one topic is increasingly coming to the fore: artificial intelligence and its potentially fatal consequences for companies.

In an interview, Rehaag explains the dangers that the use of AI poses for companies – and the disputes that are already taking place in this regard.


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