With the recent focus on risks and opportunities posed by generative AI for creative industries, we'll be joined by an AI technologist to look at how these tools actually work in practice.
Then our legal experts will address the copyright implications of using and training generative AI tools in the UK, EU and US. We'll also take you through the major new copyright cases from the past year, and their implications for copyright subsistence and infringement.
Finally, amidst a rising tide of new content and media regulation, and challenges to the copyright system, we'll be joined by a panel of public policy experts representing a range of stakeholders to discuss their public policy priorities. You'll find a detailed agenda below.
|Welcome and case law update||A new look at copyright subsistence, infringement, and defences through the lens of recent cases including Shazam v Only Fools the Dining Experience, WaterRower v Liking, Pasternak v Prescott, and Fay Evans v John Lewis.|
|Generative AI||An 'on the ground' speaker will set the scene from a technical standpoint and explain how AI tools are trained, how they operate and generate outputs. Our legal panellists will discuss the copyright implications of these tools in the UK, EU and US, including infringement risks, exceptions, and recent litigation.|
|Public policy priorities||Our panel will include public policy experts representing stakeholders in the visual arts, publishing, music, broadcast, and tech industries. They'll discuss their key public policy concerns and priorities in the copyright industries.|
|Drinks and canapés||On our terrace|
Daniel E. Schnapp
Sheppard Mullin - Partner
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