THE BRITISH LITERARY AND ARTISTIC COPYRIGHT ASSOCIATION

The British Literary and Artistic Copyright Association, BLACA, provides a forum for discussion of matters affecting the rights of authors and other copyright owners. It is the UK national group of the International Literary and Artistic Association (ALAI)

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NEXT MEETING

10 JANUARY 2019

COPYRIGHT AND ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE: Where are we now?

The rise of AI poses significant questions for copyright: are the works created by AI protected? Should they be? How can investments in AI and related developments be stimulated from a copyright standpoint, eg with regard to text and data mining? This event, jointly organized by BLACA and The IPKat, will be an opportunity to discuss all this and more!

 

Speakers:
Eleonora Rosati (IPKat and University of Southampton)
Gaetano Dimita (BLACA and Queen Mary)
David Price (Google)
Mick Grierson (Goldsmiths)

Chair: Eleonora Rosati

Time: 5.15pm for 5.45pm start

Venue: Reed Smith, Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, EC2A 2RS Pdf of map

Note: Eventbrite registration will be required but does not guarantee admission, which will be “first come, first served”. Full members of BLACA and mailing list members will be admitted free of charge. There will be a £10 (cash) charge for other attendees.

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