Generative Artificial Intelligence and Copyright
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Thursday, September 14, 2023, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM, Open Science Café with Elena Giglia and Simone Aliprandi
We have long been accustomed to hardware and software systems capable of automating many activities, but in recent months, technological innovation has taken a further step, breaking down the last barrier: that of creativity. Indeed, platforms and algorithms that can emulate the human creative process are now available to everyone, allowing us to create (even without specific skills) texts, images, and music of good quality, which are difficult to distinguish from those created entirely by humans. How does copyright law address this disruptive phenomenon? How can we regulate usage rights in a world where creativity is increasingly mediated by machines?
- 2:30 PM - 2:40 PM Opening and welcome by Elena Giglia
- 2:40 PM - 2:50 PM Introduction
- 2:50 PM - 3:00 PM Presentation by Simone Aliprandi
- 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM Q&A/Discussion
Who will speak
Simone Aliprandi: lawyer and PhD researcher, has been involved in consulting, research, and training in the field of intellectual property and, more broadly, digital technology law for twenty years. He works as a lecturer at several universities and has a thriving online presence as a disseminator of knowledge. He has published various books and articles, releasing all his works under copyleft licenses. His most recent monograph is "The Artificial Author: Creativity and Intellectual Property in the Age of AI" (Ledizioni, 2023). Website: https://aliprandi.org/.
Elena Giglia (moderator): is responsible for the Open Access Project Unit at the University of Turin. She plays an active role in national and international working groups on Open Science and is a partner in several Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe projects. She was part of the Commission at the Ministry of University and Research that drafted the National Plan for Open Science, which will soon be published. She was a member of the "Open Access and New Indicators" working group at ANVUR (2013-2014). She actively participates in national and international conferences on various aspects of Open Science, including evaluation, and conducts extensive training, information, and promotion activities on these topics.
Who should attend? The webinar is designed for the Italian community and is aimed at researchers, research support staff, technicians and technologists interested in learning about open science and FAIR principles.
Mandatory registration at the link: link: https://learning.garr.it
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