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Intellectual Property

Mar. 1, 2024

The relationship between AI and patent, copyright, trademark, and fair use

There is no clear consensus on whether AI’s ingestion of data and authored works for learning is fair use. Some argue that it is similar to human learning, while others argue that it is a form of copying.

Sarah S. Brooks

Partner, Venable LLP

Sophia I. Duenas

Associate, Venable LLP

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Just about everyone has now heard the term "generative artificial intelligence (AI)." But how AI will be integrated into our existing legal framework is growing more complex, and more difficult for the courts and Congress to address.

Thus, at the close of last year President Biden issued an Subscribe

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