I’ve been invited to present on 29 June 2023 to Perth Machine Learning Group, which is always a great forum for discussing AI, machine learning and robots.
Who owns the IP in content autonomously created by generative AI? Can a robot infringe third party IP? What are the implications for these issues for startups which are increasingly using AI tools and autonomously generated content in their operations? These were the issues that I discussed in my presentation to Morning Startup on 10 May 2023.
I’m happy to have been featured in a “Member Spotlight” interview with Spacecubed, discussing my practice and sharing some thoughts about how I can contribute to startups and innovators in the community here in Perth.
I’ll be presenting to Morning Startup, Perth’s premier meetup for entrepreneurs, on Wednesday, 10 May 2023, on the topic “What startups need to know about IP in the new age of AI”.
My article “Copyright and Generative Artificial Intelligence” has been published in the April 2023 edition of “Brief”, the journal of the Law Society of Western Australia. Is there any copyright in a robot’s creation? And can machine learning infringe copyright? Click through for a link to the article.
I was one of the panellists at the ECU Law Assembly in November 2022, on the topic of “Legal, Policy and Ethical Implications of Robotics and Automation”, along with along with The Hon. Alannah MacTiernan MLC, The Hon. Bill Johnston MLA, and Dr Martin Allcock.
The ChatGPT artificial intelligence system is gaining significant attention for its seeming ability to write human-like prose about quite complex topics. When I asked it about the future of copyright with the advent of AI, it concluded that “it may be necessary to develop new legal frameworks or to adapt existing copyright laws to take into account the role of AI in the creation of copyrighted works”. Quite right!