1. Forerunner Ventures is launching the Brand Power Score to help companies assess how impactful their brands is: This is partly to help start a conversation about new ways that founders and CEO can invest in their branding. – Read More on Fast Co.

2. How AI is creating a ‘Wild West’ scenario for entertainment giants like Spotify, Disney: Adding to the complexities is the question of whether AI-generated content can be protected and who gets compensated for it. – Read More on Yahoo

3. RELATED READ: What the Law Says About Copyright Ownership and AI-Generated Content. A couple key Qs come to mind: Should ChatGPT be allowed to use original content generated by third parties to generate responses, and are humans the only ones who can be credited as the authors of AI-generated content? – Read More on TFL

4. Will AI topple Michelin, the Oscars, Goop and Other Curation Brands? In a world of superabundance, consumers have long turned to recommendation brands that sift, sort, select and reject according to their own (often opaque) standards. – Read More on Bloomberg

5. Taco Bell wants to liberate “Taco Tuesday” from trademark restriction: Taco Bell announced on Tuesday that it is looking to get the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board to cancel the trademark registration that Wyoming-based Taco John’s has owned for the last 34 years. – Read More from Taco Bell

6. What can Web3 offer retail, luxury goods, and sports brands? Experiences can also be accurately tracked and monetized through higher sales engagement or monetizing the secondary market value of those experiences. – Read More on Fireblocks