AI and data mining – questions of copyright | Artificial Intelligence | United Kingdom | International law firm CMS

AThomas's bookmarks 2019-10-14


"AI solutions need large datasets and, in some cases, substantial vocabulary and linguistic analysis when reading and interpreting huge volumes of text. In the AI teaching phase, developers use many copyright protected works from literature and science, as well as user-generated content on blogs and social media. This can lead to conflict with copyright owners. Data mining – the extraction of contents from a database – may also affect databases and infringe the rights of the database producers. This article deals with copyright exceptions in force in Europe and their possible implications for data mining and AI development, and the competitive position of European business."


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10/14/2019, 06:00

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10/14/2019, 02:00