Protecting Artificial Intelligence Under Copyright Law: Protectability, Authorship, Registration
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide counsel in protecting artificial intelligence (AI) and AI-created works under copyright law. The panel will examine issues that arise in copyright protection of AI and AI-created works, including protectability, authorship and registration. The presenters will discuss the state of the law as to copyright protection of these works and how to overcome the challenges and anticipate and minimize the risks of rejection when trying to register such works.
- Protectability of AI
- Protectability of AI-created works
- Protectability of data compilations
- Protection in other countries
- Importance of registration
- Tips for overcoming challenges and anticipating and minimizing the risks of rejection
- Redaction of trade secrets in copyrightable code
- Registering updates
- Copyright infringement issues relating to AI
The panel will review these and other critical issues:
- What hurdles confront counsel when demonstrating authorship of AI and AI-generated works?
- What steps can counsel take to minimize the risk of rejection when seeking copyright protection?
- How does copyright apply to AI-generated works? How does it differ across different jurisdictions?
With his 25 years in the media and entertainment sector, Mr. Klaris is a recognized expert on intellectual property,... | Read More
With his 25 years in the media and entertainment sector, Mr. Klaris is a recognized expert on intellectual property, privacy and media law, and has extensive experience building revenue from content and other IP. His clients turn to him to be outside general counsel for specific matters and to handle issues through settlement or litigation. Mr. Klaris is a former Senior Vice President, Intellectual Property Assets & Rights, at Condé Nast and is currently an Adjunct Professor at Columbia Law School.Close
Lisa T. Oratz
Ms. Oratz has been practicing law for over 25 years in the areas of technology, IP and entertainment law. She has... | Read More
Ms. Oratz has been practicing law for over 25 years in the areas of technology, IP and entertainment law. She has drafted and negotiated numerous technology and content licenses as well as development, distribution, manufacturing and marketing agreements. Ms. Oratz regularly counsels clients regarding the clearance, protection and licensing of copyrights, trademarks and other IP rights, and assists clients with obtaining, maintaining and enforcing copyright and trademark rights and registrations. She works with many internet, digital media and traditional companies on a broad range of topics including privacy, content liability, social media issues, IP, site terms and contracts.Close