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Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence

: A literature review : Study

Autor(es):
Iglesias, María | Anderberg, Amanda | Shamuilia, Sharon.
Comisión Europea.
Editor: Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2019Descripción: 29 p. : il. ; 1 documento PDF.Tipo de contenido: texto
Tipo de medio: informático
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
ISBN: 978-92-76-14178-5.ISSN: 1831-9424.Tema(s): Tecnologías de la información y la comunicación | artificial intelligence | data processing | intellectual property | new technology | research report | robotisation | technological changeRecursos en línea: AbiertoAcceso al documento Resumen: Artificial intelligence has entered into the sphere of creativity and ingenuity. Recent headlines refer to paintings produced by machines, music performed or composed by algorithms or drugs discovered by computer programs. This paper discusses the possible implications of the development and adoption of this new technology in the intellectual property framework and presents the opinions expressed by practitioners and legal scholars in recent publications. The literature review, although not intended to be exhaustive, reveals a series of questions that call for further reflection. These concern the protection of artificial intelligence by intellectual property, the use of data to feed algorithms, the protection of the results generated by intelligent machines as well as the relationship between ethical requirements of transparency and explainability and the interests of rights holders. This report is based on a background paper to the JRC report "Artificial Intelligence: A European perspective"
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Artificial intelligence has entered into the sphere of creativity and ingenuity. Recent headlines refer to paintings produced by machines, music performed or composed by algorithms or drugs discovered by computer programs. This paper discusses the possible implications of the development and adoption of this new technology in the intellectual property framework and presents the opinions expressed by practitioners and legal scholars in recent publications. The literature review, although not intended to be exhaustive, reveals a series of questions that call for further reflection. These concern the protection of artificial intelligence by intellectual property, the use of data to feed algorithms, the protection of the results generated by intelligent machines as well as the relationship between ethical requirements of transparency and explainability and the interests of rights holders. This report is based on a background paper to the JRC report "Artificial Intelligence: A European perspective"

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