Copyright in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
On February 5, 2020, the Copyright Office and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) held a symposium that took an in-depth look at how the creative community currently is using artificial intelligence (AI) to create original works. Panelists’ discussions included the relationship between AI and copyright; what level of human input is sufficient for the resulting work to be eligible for copyright protection; the challenges and considerations for using copyright-protected works to train a machine or to examine large data sets; and the future of AI and copyright policy.
The following video is a presentation from the United States Copyright Office and does not belong to The Society of Composers and Lyricists. This portion of the video features SCL Board Member, Joel Douek, speaking on the topic of AI and the Creation of Music.
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