Neil Parkes comments for World Intellectual Property Review on the issue of copyright infringement when using AI tools
26 October 2023
Neil Parkes comments for World Intellectual Property Review on the recent case, Universal & Concord vs. Anthropic, an artificial intelligence firm, for the alleged use of copyrighted music lyrics to train its AI systems.
Neil comments that we can expect to see a rise in cases of this type and discusses the potential for IP infringements when using AI tools. He also notes that existing IP laws will need to be amended to regulate the use of AI.
To read the article, first published by World intellectual Property Review, click here.
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