Is it time for IP monopoly to come to an end in AI datasets space?

AThomas's bookmarks 2019-06-20


"Many more questions were raised than answers provided yesterday at the “AI: decoding IP” conference, perhaps a reflection of the speed at which artificial intelligence technology is outpacing legislation and disrupting industries.

Lord Tim Clement-Jones, chair of the House of Lords AI select committee, said: “My colleagues in [UK] parliament are beginning to get a glimmer of the ethical issues and some regulatory issues, such as facial recognition which may require regulation in the short term, [in the AI space] but as far as IP issues go, we’re going to have to lead them extremely gently by the hand for the foreseeable future.”


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Tags: oa.mining oa.copyright oa.europe oa.legislation oa.monopoly

Date tagged:

06/20/2019, 06:14

Date published:

06/20/2019, 02:14