When ChatGPT was introduced in November 2022, it quickly became a household name. Within months, it morphed into a more advanced version of generative AI and Microsoft announced its integration of OpenAI’s GPT-4 model into Bing, providing a ChatGPT-like experience within the search engine. While these tools have demonstrated that generative AI has tremendous operational and business potential, a constellation of privacy and data security risks arising from their use have become visible. In this two-part guest article series, Ballard Spahr attorneys explored these legal and regulatory issues. The first article covered AI collection and use requirements under U.S. and E.U. privacy laws and regulations. Part two addressed product liability, healthcare and employment risks, issues under wiretapping laws, and practical compliance measures.