Held March 4-6, 2024
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Panel #4 – Artificial Intelligence, Fair Use and the Future of Copyright Law*

March 4, 2024 @ 4:45 PM EST

4:45 PM ET
March 4, 2024

Panel #4 – Artificial Intelligence, Fair Use and the Future of Copyright Law*

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) platforms are consumingly copyrighted. Photos, artwork, music, and written text are being taken to train AI platforms. Those who are doing the taking claim the wholesale taking (which isn’t contested) is fair use and/or that they are not copying expression at all, but rather only taking facts. Copyright owners, associations, and companies that exist by creating and monetizing their creations take a wholly different view, arguing that the wholesale copying of creative, expressive, copyrighted works is precisely copyright infringement and is not fair use. Regardless of your viewpoint, it is clear that excusing the wholesale copying of expression as fair use will significantly alter the creative landscape.

From the viewpoint of content creators, this panel will discuss the recently filed copyright infringement actions, the alleged copyright infringement, whether the actions by AI developers constitute fair use, and the future of content creation.

Materials

The Revolution Will be Digitized: Generative AI, Synthetic Media, and the Medium of Disruption by Jon Garon (pages 184 to 196)

White Paper: How the Pervasive Copying of Expressive Works to Train and Fuel Generative Artificial Intelligence Systems Is Copyright Infringement And Not a Fair Use

Dissent Says SCOTUS Ruling Against Warhol Foundation on Fair Use Will ‘Stifle Creativity’

Warhol’s Ghost in the Machine: What Warhol v. Goldsmith Means for Generative AI

License to Copy: Your Software Code Isn’t Safe After Google v. Oracle

Survey

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ai-fair-use-future-of-copyright-law



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? Artificial Intelligence (AI) platforms are consumingly copyrighted. Photos, artwork, music, and written text are being taken to train AI platforms. Those who are doing the taking claim the wholesale taking (which isn’t contested) is fair use and/or that they are not copying expression at all, but rather only taking facts. Copyright owners, associations, and companies that exist by creating…

Session Speakers

Susan Chertkof

Senior Vice President, Legal and Regulatory Affairs

Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)

Jon M. Garon

Professor of Law & inaugural Director, Goodwin Program for Society, Technology, and the Law

Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law

Terry Hart

Terry Hart

General Counsel

Association of American Publishers

Regan Smith

Senior Vice President & General Counsel

News/Media Alliance

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