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Copyright Protections in the Age of AI

Presented by Justin Clark

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Course Description

Length: 1h 4min    Published: 6/20/2024    
In an era dominated by rapid technological advancements, the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and copyright law presents unique challenges and opportunities. This course delves into the complex landscape where creativity, innovation, and legal protections converge. Participants will explore the fundamental principles of copyright law as they apply to AI-generated works, examining cases and legislation shaping current interpretations. Key topics include the criteria for copyrightability of AI-generated content, ownership rights over AI creations, and the implications for traditional copyright doctrines such as fair use and derivative works. This course is designed for attorneys practicing in intellectual property law, technology law, and entertainment law, as well as in-house counsel, policymakers, and legal professionals interested in the intersection of AI and copyright protections. By the end of the course, participants will be equipped with practical strategies to advise clients on protecting AI innovations, managing intellectual property rights, and advocating for legal frameworks that balance innovation with creators' rights in the digital age.
Learning Objectives
* Understand the foundational principles of copyright law in the context of AI-generated content.
* Analyze recent legal precedents and legislative updates affecting copyright protections for AI
* Develop strategies for drafting licensing agreements and managing intellectual property rights related to AI technologies
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Speaker Q&A

Is there any problem with formally copyrighting a work with the US Copyright Office BEFORE you submit it to a publisher or agent for possible editing and publication? Thanks.
- RobertV
An author could submit a copyright application for their work before taking such work to a publisher or agent. Such application would help to provide some interim protection for the author while they look for a publishing company/agent. The author may need to file a new copyright application after the work is formally published by a publication company, however, if there are significant changes to the work as the original copyright application may not cover the revised work.
- Justin Clark

Presented By:

Justin Clark

Phoenix, AZ

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