#51 Artificial intelligence (AI), copyright, and creator economy law with Franklin Graves
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Franklin Graves is an in-house technology and IP attorney who publishes the Creator Economy Law newsletter weekly on LinkedIn.
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What we talked about…
- The power of a Thank You note.
- The AI explosion and future of work related to artificial intelligence.
- Who owns the copyright on first-generated content edited by a human.
- Three legal buckets about AI. Bucket one is about data sets that train AI tools, bucket two is about algorithms and the actual tools, and bucket three is about the output.
- What tool are you using, and what are the terms?
- Midjourney, ChatGPT, and more.
- Kris Kashtanova, AI-generated comic artwork loses US Copyright protection.
- The implications of copyright content generated by AI.
- Creative Commons licenses.
- The dangers for businesses hiring content creators who use AI.
- The dangers for artists using AI to generate content for clients.
- Adobe guidelines for working with generative art.
- If you use AI to generate a contract, can you sue if the contract fails to perform?
- The case of AI in the courtroom via AirPod telling the person what to say.
- Using Microsoft’s CoPilot in Github.
- Privacy Policies.
- Dima Yarovinsky the artist who visualizes the lengthy terms of services of large corporations like Facebook and Instagram.
- How to stop AI from plagiarizing your own content.
- Getty Images sues AI art generator Stable Diffusion in the US for copyright infringement.
- Steps artists can take to protect their intellectual property.
- Watch RiP, a Remix Manifesto documentary.
- Austin Kleon, Steal Like an Artist.
- Read Tools and Weapons: The Promise and the Peril of the Digital Age by Brad Smith and Carol Ann Browne.
- Subscribe to Franklin Graves’s Creator Economy Law newsletter on LinkedIn.
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