Commenting on the role of copyright law in reigning in generative AI, Washington, DC Principal Blair Jacobs called predictions that AI could cause a sea change in IP law “an overreaction,” noting that “both UK and US courts have tended to successfully and consistently apply old precedent to the new technological developments.” He added that the questions around AI are similar to some of the dilemma presented by the advent of music streaming more than a decade ago, noting that subscription models came into being “largely because of copyright,” and predicted that “the same exact thing will happen with regard to AI-generated images.” Click here to read the full article.


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