In a landmark ruling, on September 25, 2023, a federal judge in Delaware denied summary judgment over a legal research software companies use of copyrighted material to train its artifical intelligence database. The federal court ruled that it will be up to a jury to decide whether Ross Intelligence infringed Thomson Reuters’ copyrights by copying material from its legal research platform, Westlaw. The case has been closely watched by legal experts, as it could set a precedent for how copyright law applies to artificial intelligence (AI).
Inventions by Computers Computers are now capable of helping with many of our daily and routine tasks. Computers are also being used to solve some of our most difficult and complex problems. In some cases this is done without human interaction as part of an artificial intelligence system. Recently, the USPTO said these computers are Read more about Patent Applications Limited to Human Inventors, not SkyNet[…]
Robots as Artists and Inventors Traditional Intellectual Property relies on the notion that humans are the source of innovation and artwork. What happens when a computerized robot becomes an inventor, an author or an artist? What happens when a human uses a computer with artificial intelligence to develop an invention or work of art? Is Read more about Will Artificial Intelligence Impact Inventors and Artists?[…]