AI generated it – who owns it?

Aalto University and University of Helsinki organise an event about artificial intelligence and copyright issues. These talks are part of the Creative Technologies series.
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As AI takes on more of the human workload in the fields of creative industries, we need to ask who owns the rights to the creations.
What kind of legal guidelines do we need for creatives working with AI? Can we use copyrighted works for training artificial intelligence? Can AI ownership be democratic?

Join Anette Alén (Professor of Civil and Commercial Law, University of Helsinki), Mirco Musolesi (Professor of Computer Science, University College London, and University of Bologna) and Natalia Särmäkari (Postdoctoral Researcher, Aalto University), at Think Corner on 3 April as they examine the transformation of the art, media and fashion scene prompted by AI. The event is moderated by journalist Anu Partanen.

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The event is organised by Aalto University and the University of Helsinki.

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Speakers: Natalia Särmäkari, Mirco Musolesi, Anette Alén
Event speakers: Natalia Särmäkari, Mirco Musolesi, Anette Alén

For more information:

Hetta Huhtamäki
Producer | Aalto Studios
050 433 7130 | [email protected]

Katja Reinikka
Network and Events Producer | Aalto Digital Creatives | Aalto Studios
050 434 8872 | [email protected]

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