Artificial Intelligence & Copyright - How to Tackle the Challenges
Barely a day now passes without a new development in, or a new achievement of artificial intelligence being reported.
As well as headline-generating applications of artificial intelligence, such as in the field of drug development, the prevalence of the application of artificial intelligence in day to day life is also increasing at a significant rate.
This includes the increasingly commonplace use of artificial intelligence as part of everyday software used by a wide variety of businesses. With it comes a number of challenges from a copyright perspective, from potential infringement risks to fundamental questions about whether the output of artificial intelligence software can be protectable by copyright.
This new virtual classroom seminar will explore the main copyright challenges facing businesses licensing and exploiting software incorporating artificial intelligence, both today and with a view to how these challenges will evolve as artificial intelligence continues to develop from machine learning towards the fabled ‘general intelligence’.
What You Will Learn
This live and interactive session will cover the following:
- Key considerations when considering taking a licence of software incorporating AI, including the importance of data and contractual issues
- The key risks that may arise through the use of that software, including infringement risks
- The potential difficulties in protecting the output of AI software, and mitigation strategies
- Current state of international legislative developments in respect of copyright and AI
Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.