‘Should there be copyright protection for artificial intelligence works?’

“It’s been a while since I have written about AI and copyright, although I have been presenting about it quite a lot. I wrote a paper entitled ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Copyright?’ in 2017, and then a shorter version for WIPO Magazine (it’s sobering how many more people cite the shorter version than the academic paper, but I digress). TL;DR version of the paper, I go through the way in which various jurisdictions deal with works generated by artificial intelligence, and I conclude that the best option is how the UK handles them …” (more)

[Andres Guadamuz, TechnoLlama, 26 September]

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