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The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 183: Andres Guadamuz on the Battle Over Copyright and Generative AI

Generative AI raises a host of interesting legal issues, but perhaps none will be more contentious than the intersection between copyright and services such as ChatGPT. The copyright questions apply both the creation of large language models used to train these systems as well as the copyright associated with outputs. These questions have sparked high profile class action lawsuits and government consultations on potential reform.

Andres Guadamuz is a Reader in Intellectual Property Law at the University of Sussex and the Editor in Chief of the Journal of World Intellectual Property. He joins the Law Bytes podcast to explain the copyright implications of generative AI and to unpack the claims found in the copyright class action lawsuits.

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November 6, 2023 3 comments Podcasts

ACTA in the UK

Andres Guadamuz has an insightful post on the likely impact of ACTA in the UK.

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October 18, 2010 Comments are Disabled News

How Will ACTA Affect UK Law

Andres Guadamuz examines how ACTA would affect UK law.  His conclusion: “Be afraid.  Be very afraid.”

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July 16, 2010 Comments are Disabled News

Spanish Court Raises Doubts About Creative Commons License

Andres Guadamuz reports that a Spanish court in Pontevedra has ruled in favour of the Sociedad General de Autores y Editores (SGAE) against a café named Direccion000. SGAE initiated action against the cafe to claim royalties for de public performance of music in the locale, while the owners claimed that […]

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December 6, 2006 Comments are Disabled News