“This wouldn’t be a straight copyright issue but could encompass issues involving trademark and patent law, based on how the A.I. was trained to read, extract, and write data,” attorney and CEO of AR Media Andrew Rossow told Decrypt.
“Although the standard infringement analysis can be applied to an A.I. program and its instructions to assess ‘substantial similarity,’ courts will still need to address questions concerning ‘authorship’ and the A.I. algorithm itself, starting with jurisdiction,” Rossow said.
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