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    Can C-3PO Register a Copyright and Be Sued for Copyright Infringement, or is Luke on the Hook?: Artificial Intelligence and its Role in Copyright

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    In this program, our panel will explain current copyright law and how it relates to issues arising from the growth of artificial intelligence (AI).

    Can an original narrative be created by artificial intelligence? What about music that is created by a computer program at the push of a single button? How much human input is required to move the creative work into the realm of copyright?  On the flip side, can the actions by artificial intelligence result in copyright infringement attributable to the human pushing the button?

    In addition to explaining current copyright law (both U.S. and international) and how it relates to issues arising from the growth of artificial intelligence, faculty will discuss:

    • Arguments surrounding the protections for what are arguably non-human creations
    • Policy arguments surrounding whether to stay with the status quo or expand its reach to cover non-human creations
    • Real-world, real people liability arising from AI-created infringement
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    Can C-3PO Register a Copyright and Be Sued for Copyright Infringement, or is Luke on the Hook?: Artificial Intelligence and Its Role in Copyright

    Event Details

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Jan 23, 2019

    2019-01-23T13:00:00-05:00 2019-01-23T14:30:00-05:00 Can C-3PO Register a Copyright and Be Sued for Copyright Infringement, or is Luke on the Hook?: Artificial Intelligence and its Role in Copyright

    In this program, our panel will explain current copyright law and how it relates to issues arising from the growth of artificial intelligence (AI).

    Can an original narrative be created by artificial intelligence? What about music that is created by a computer program at the push of a single button? How much human input is required to move the creative work into the realm of copyright?  On the flip side, can the actions by artificial intelligence result in copyright infringement attributable to the human pushing the button?

    In addition to explaining current copyright law (both U.S. and international) and how it relates to issues arising from the growth of artificial intelligence, faculty will discuss:

    • Arguments surrounding the protections for what are arguably non-human creations
    • Policy arguments surrounding whether to stay with the status quo or expand its reach to cover non-human creations
    • Real-world, real people liability arising from AI-created infringement

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    MCLE Information

    The ABA will seek 1.50 CLE credit hours in 60-minute-hour states, and 1.80 credit hours of CLE credit for this program in 50-minute states. Credit hours are estimated and are subject to each state’s approval and credit rounding rules.

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    Panelists

    Albert Bianchi, Jr.; Ed Klaris; Lisa T. Oratz; Eran Kahana.

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