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What Can A Monkey Selfie Teach Us About Copyright and A.I?

Anita Cade, Global Practice Head of IP and Media and Partner, joins Nina Fitzgerald, IP and Media Partner, to talk about the copyright implications of A.I and computer generated works.

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Anita Cade, Global Practice Head of IP and Media and Partner at Ashurst joins Nina Fitzgerald, IP and Media Partner at Ashurst, in this fourth episode in the A.I series to talk about the copyright implications of A.I and computer generated works.

Anita and Nina discuss whether it is possible for A.I systems to be creative, copyright protection of AI-generated works in Australia and the differences between Australia, the UK and the US on this fascinating issue.

This episode includes reference to Naruto - the monkey who took a selfie (Monkey selfie copyright dispute. Digital image. Wikipedia) along with the Next Rembrandt (Next Rembrandt. Digital image. Nextrembrandt.com) - an A.I created artwork.

"There are examples of where A.I systems analyse stock market data and produce news articles, as well as songs... So while people will certainly argue with me on this – there is a strong basis for asserting that computers are now being creative.” Nina Fitzgerald, IP and Media Partner Ashurst.

Speakers

Anita Cade
Practice Group Head, IP/Media
Sydney
+61 2 9258 6960
Nina Fitzgerald
Partner
Sydney
 
+61 2 9258 6778
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