The Future of Copyright in the Age of Artificial Intelligence (Hardcover)


The Future of Copyright in the Age of Artificial Intelligence offers an extensive analysis of intellectual property and authorship theories and explores the possible impact artificial intelligence might have on those theories. The author makes compelling arguments via the exploration of authorship, ownership and artificial intelligence. First, the book advocates for a more holistic approach to authorship, arguing that there is no good reason to exclude computer-generated and artificial intelligence creations from copyright. Second, it conducts an open search for the right 'candidate' for ownership. In doing so, the book explores several possible legal frameworks, including assigning ownership to the programmer, the user, the AI itself and other alternatives such as the public domain or author-in-law approaches. Third, the book explores the concept of artificial intelligence as it has developed through the years in various fields, seeking to reframe the AI legal concept. For academic scholars and law students these pages frame the theoretical discussion about artificial intelligence creations and provide in depth discussion about artificial intelligence legal challenges.

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The Future of Copyright in the Age of Artificial Intelligence offers an extensive analysis of intellectual property and authorship theories and explores the possible impact artificial intelligence might have on those theories. The author makes compelling arguments via the exploration of authorship, ownership and artificial intelligence. First, the book advocates for a more holistic approach to authorship, arguing that there is no good reason to exclude computer-generated and artificial intelligence creations from copyright. Second, it conducts an open search for the right 'candidate' for ownership. In doing so, the book explores several possible legal frameworks, including assigning ownership to the programmer, the user, the AI itself and other alternatives such as the public domain or author-in-law approaches. Third, the book explores the concept of artificial intelligence as it has developed through the years in various fields, seeking to reframe the AI legal concept. For academic scholars and law students these pages frame the theoretical discussion about artificial intelligence creations and provide in depth discussion about artificial intelligence legal challenges.

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Product Details

General

Imprint

Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd

Country of origin

United Kingdom

Series

Elgar Law, Technology and Society series

Release date

September 2021

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Expected to ship within 12 - 17 working days

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Dimensions

234 x 156mm (L x W)

Format

Hardcover

Pages

288

ISBN-13

978-1-83910-314-8

Barcode

9781839103148

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LSN

1-83910-314-0



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