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Rapid advances in AI set to upend intellectual property

Dr Noam Shemtov comments on AI and intellectual property for the Financial Times.

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One possible industry-wide compromise could be a collective licensing scheme, whereby AI companies pay artists to compensate them for using their copyrighted data to train AI systems, suggests Noam Shemtov, Professor of Intellectual Property and Technology Law at Queen Mary University of London.

Read the full article on the Financial Times.



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