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The “Spooky” Truth Behind AI: IP and Privacy Concerns in Training Bioscience AI Models
To say artificial intelligence, or “AI,” is a hot topic is an understatement. AI, which traces its roots back to Alan Turing’s work in the 1950s, is far from new, and consumers have been using AI in some form for years. Asking Siri for directions to...
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Paradise Lost: No Copyright for AI-Created Works
We’ve previously written here and here about Dr. Stephen Thaler’s efforts to register copyright in A Recent Entrance to Paradise, a work created by his artificial intelligence (AI) system DABUS. In a motion for summary judgment filed in January, Dr....
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Consider Protecting Your Brands Early in the Era of Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the latest emerging technology that is overtaking news headlines and transforming the way we live, learn, and work. The term generally refers to content created or produced by artificial intelligence algorithms, with c...
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Generative AI—Competitive Tool or a Tool of Your Own Demise?
Most people recognize that generative AI, the use of artificial intelligence to generate content, represents an incredible tool. It allows companies and individuals the ability to automate certain processes, use a powerful computing tool to perform t...
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Another Stumble for AI in the Copyright Office
The topic of copyright registration for AI-generated works has been popular on this blog, with posts from my colleagues you can find here, here, and here. Today, we bring another update—but still, not a clear answer. The United States Copyright Off...
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Man v. AI Machine: The Continuing Paradise Saga
We recently wrote about Dr. Stephen Thaler’s challenge to the Copyright Office’s refusal to register copyright in “A Recent Entrance to Paradise,” in which he has asked a federal appellate court to grant him summary judgment on both copyrightabi...
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