How far can we take fair use in the context of AI? Do data mining exceptions provide enough cover to train foundation models?
Jakob Plesner Mathiasen is an attorney with a focus on Intellectual Property and emerging technologies. He serves as the Secretary for the Danish Society for Copyright Law and is the mind behind the Danish Entertainment Law podcast. He also teaches Entertainment Law at the University of Copenhagen.
With Jakob we’ll try to better understand the copyright implications of Generative AI, and this should help many DPOs, CPOs, or innovation managers deal with the intellectual property side of their new AI Governance responsibilities.
- Jakob Plesner on LinkedIn
- Reuters: “Getty Images lawsuit says Stability AI misused photos to train AI”
- The Washington Post “‘Game of Thrones’ author and others accuse ChatGPT maker of ‘theft’ in lawsuit”
- Directive 2001/29/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 May 2001 on the harmonisation of certain aspects of copyright and related rights in the information society (Infosoc Directive)
- Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market (DSM Directive)
- The Wrap: “Adobe Will Reimburse Firefly AI Users Against Copyright Suits”
- Microsoft announces new Copilot Copyright Commitment for customers
- David Bowie and Queen vs. Vanilla Ice
- Copyright law of Japan (in English)
- Entertainmentretten (Danish Entertainment Law) Podcast (in Danish)
- Danish Society for Copyright Law
- Adrian Sterling: World Copyright Law