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Legal status, IP rights of automatons raise many troubling questions
Can a computer own intellectual property or bear criminal liability? GenAI poses thorny questions that challenge existing notions of ownership, copyright, and legal responsibility, argues financial crime risk and compliance specialist and legal expert Nigel Morris-Cotterill.
Nigel Morris-Cotterill  |  Feb  28,  2024
The future of healthcare: a patient journey powered by AI
AI is transforming patient healthcare at each step in a hospital journey, and will be an indispensable tool in all phases of future treatments. Biomed engineer and med-tech innovator Anjali Rajan, and epidemiologist and health economist Vishnu Baby Kumar discuss this trend from a patient perspective.
Vishnu Baby Kumar, Anjali Rajan  |  Feb  07,  2024
AI has a serious copyright problem, but fortunately a fixable one
GenAI is known for copyright violations. Original content creators cry foul as GenAI developers argue piracy is indispensable to train models. RAG offers a way out of this impasse. Mike Loukides, VP for O’Reilly Media, and Tim O’Reilly, the firm’s founder and CEO, lay it all out.
Tim O’Reilly, Mike Loukides  |  Feb  01,  2024
Will the desperate race to save generative AI succeed?
Copyright infringement issues threaten to sink the businesses of GenAI companies like OpenAI and Midjourney. While they do have gambits, these are unlikely to trump underlying concerns, asserts Gary Marcus, a best-selling AI author, entrepreneur, and professor.
Gary Marcus  |  Jan  31,  2024
GenAI is by its very nature a copyright despoiler, plagiarist
OpenAI recently informed the UK government its ChatGPT cannot function if it observes copyright laws. Telling ChatGPT and other GenAI to respect IP is almost like telling a cat not to chase pigeons, argues financial crime risk and compliance specialist Nigel Morris-Cotterill.
Nigel Morris-Cotterill  |  Jan  30,  2024
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