1. Levi’s to Begin Using AI Generated Models: The clothing retailer is working with, a Dutch digital fashion studio that makes customized models generated by artificial intelligence (AI), allowing shoppers to see models “that look more like themselves” wearing Levi’s products. – Read More on PMYNTS

2. Climate change, emissions plans dominate 2023 proxy season: Advocacy groups have increasingly used shareholder resolutions to push US companies to publicly disclose their greenhouse gas emissions and their plans for emissions reductions. In many cases, companies will negotiate a compromise to avoid a vote and the resolution will be withdrawn. – Read More on S&P Global

3. Yoda and Harry Potter Chatbots Could Be the Next Big Legal Battle: It’s only a matter of time until rights holders notice that new AI tools are playing a little loose with their intellectual property. – Read More on Bloomberg

4. SEC Plans Lawsuit Against Coinbase, According to Exchange: Global Inc. that it plans to take enforcement action against the company, escalating its crackdown on digital-currency firms by targeting the biggest U.S. crypto exchange, Coinbase said. – Read More on the WSJ

5. Generative AI, Section 230 and Liability: Assessing the Questions. Will Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act – which has provided broad immunity to internet platforms that host third party content– apply to systems like ChatGPT? – Hear More on Tech Policy Press

6. Bangladesh ready to topple China as top clothing exporter to EU: Bangladesh’s exports of clothing to the EU surged nearly 42% in the first nine months of 2022 from the same period the year before to $19.4 billion, while Chinese shipments grew about 22% to $25.5 billion. – Read More on Nikkei