Generative AI Highlights Need for Creative Content IP Protection

April 26, 2024 – Generative AI enables machines to create various forms of content using available knowledge, raising legal questions about using copyrighted material to train AI. These issues echo past debates on content accessibility with the intention of “training” people through technologies like the Internet and previously vinyl and CD/DVD recording.

Regardless of legal stances, it underscores the need to protect the rights of content creators, such as artists, thinkers, and innovators, and ensure fair compensation, especially on World Intellectual Property Day. Without such safeguards, future generations risk being robbed of the best fruits of humanity’s creative minds. 

Leon Perera, Chairman of the Board, YAMADA Consulting & Spire

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