Artificial Intelligence

There are three primary aspects of generative AI applications that intersect with copyright protection: (1) machine learning with protected works (the input side); (2) the protectability of works

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On April 11, 2024, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued Guidance on Use of Artificial-Intelligence-Based Tools (Guidance), which applies existing rules and policies to the use of artificial

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Given ChatGPT’s now-infamous capacity to generate its own legal opinions, complete with official-looking, but entirely confabulated, citations and quotations, it is not surprising that courts remain skeptical of its use

Continue Reading Court Rejects Use of ChatGPT-4 as a ‘Cross-Check’ in Plaintiff Attorneys’ Fees and Costs Petition

On 13 March 2024, the European Parliament adopted the AI Act. Since the EU Commission presented its first draft almost three years ago, the use of AI and general purpose

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Following President Biden’s October 2023 Executive Order on the Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Development and Use of Artificial Intelligence, the USPTO issued Inventorship Guidance for AI-assisted Inventions. This GT Alert

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