Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property
Artificial intelligence (Al) is increasingly driving important developments in technology and business. It is being employed across a wide range of industries with impact on almost every aspect of the creation. The availability of large amounts of training data and advances in affordable high computing power are fueling Al's growth. Al intersects with intellectual property (IP) in a number of ways.
Eighth session of the WIPO Conversation on GenAI and IP
With the ability to create novel and realistic content such as images, music, and even text, GenAI has the potential to revolutionize multiple industries, including creation of music, images, and other forms of content. GenAI impacts innovation and creation and thus raises diverse IP questions, such as how IP can protect AI models, the interrelationship between data input and the questions around IP protection for AI output.
The Eighth Session of the WIPO Conversation sought to bring together all stakeholders to discuss these important issues, to help establish best practices for the protection of creative works in the digital age, and to provide a map for navigating the challenges brought to the copyright system by GenAI.
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