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AI-Generated Content: Legal Issues and Considerations for Entertainment Lawyers 

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AI-Generated Content: Legal Issues and Considerations for Entertainment Lawyers 
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Session 1: Intro to AI: Registering Works that Incorporate Artificial Intelligence - The last year has seen a dramatic expansion in the use of generative AI technologies, which has prompted questions about the copyrightability of AI-generated works. Get up to speed on the U.S. Copyright Office’s AI initiative, walk through the Office’s views on registering works generated in whole or in part by AI, and answer some frequently asked questions.

Session 2: Navigating the Minefield of AI-Generated Content - The spread of generative artificial intelligence has raised a host of questions in areas of law spanning copyright, right of publicity, privacy and others. Hear perspectives on those emerging questions and where the law may be headed.

Session 3:Chatting ChatGPT - Get a fast-paced introduction to emerging AI technologies that lawyers need to know about, including a demonstration of these breakthroughs with a focus on the risks of using these technologies without understanding how they work.

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  • 2.00
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA, PA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 1/31/2025

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1. Intro to AI: Registering Works that Incorporate Artificial Intelligence (Jan 2024)

John R. Riley

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Intro to AI: Registering Works that Incorporate Artificial Intelligence (Jan 2024)

The last year has seen a dramatic expansion in the use of generative AI technologies, which has prompted questions about the copyrightability of AI-generated works. Get up to speed on the U.S. Copyright Office’s AI initiative, walk through the Office’s views on registering works generated in whole or in part by AI, and answer some frequently asked questions.

Originally presented: Nov 2023 Entertainment Law Institute

John R. Riley, U.S. Copyright Office - Washington, DC

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2. Navigating the Minefield of AI-Generated Content (Jan 2024)

Ken Pajak, Sy Damle, Ken Doroshow

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Navigating the Minefield of AI-Generated Content (Jan 2024)

The spread of generative artificial intelligence has raised a host of questions in areas of law spanning copyright, right of publicity, privacy and others. Hear perspectives on those emerging questions and where the law may be headed.

Originally presented: Nov 2023 Entertainment Law Institute

Ken Pajak, Pajak Law, PLLC - Austin, TX
Sy Damle, Latham & Watkins LLP - Washington, DC
Ken Doroshow, Recording Industry Association of America - Washington, DC

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3. Chatting ChatGPT (Jan 2024)

Stephen Henderson, Brent A. Turman

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Chatting ChatGPT (Jan 2024)

Get a fast-paced introduction to emerging AI technologies that lawyers need to know about, including a demonstration of these breakthroughs with a focus on the risks of using these technologies without understanding how they work.

Originally presented: Nov 2023 Entertainment Law Institute

Stephen Henderson, Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP - Toronto, ON
Brent A. Turman, Bell Nunnally - Dallas, TX