Machine Creativity: Artificial Intelligence Challenges to Copyright Law
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AbstractThe term artificial intelligence (AI) was coined in 1950s, referring to machines that could perform tasks that required intelligence when performed by humans. AI has been increasingly important in recent years because of the advancement of digital and computing technologies as well as data science. Nevertheless, AI has generated enormous challenges to current copyright system. Copyright regime conventionally protects original works created by human beings and it has been controversial whether a computer-generated work should be subject to copyright protection. This presentation will analyze the copyrightibilty of AI-created works from a policy and comparative law perspective.
Acceptance Date06/03/2018
All Author(s) ListJyh-An Lee
Name of ConferenceThe 10th IP Seminar: Intellectual Capital and Intangibles in an Innovation Century
Start Date of Conference03/08/2018
End Date of Conference04/08/2018
Place of ConferenceThe Chinese University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law
Country/Region of ConferenceHong Kong
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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