Digital Hollywood Panel on IP and Generative AI
How will the legal system come to grips with the massive power of AI and its ability to absorb the global aggregation of IP?
Today, Digital Hollywood released the video of a panel discussion I participated in about IP and Generative AI. My co-panelists share some deep expertise on the current state of intellectual property with respect to generative AI. The video is freely available and linked below.
It was truly an honor to share the stage with co-panelists Zachary St. Martin, Head of US Commercial & IP Legal, TikTok & ByteDance, and Michele C. Lee, Deputy General Counsel, Pinterest under the skillful facilitation of moderator Ian Ballon, Co-Chair, Global Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group, Greenberg Traurig LLP, Moderator.
We discussed how the legal system will come to grips with the massive power of AI, its ability to absorb the global aggregation of visual, written as well as musical data and reproduce, imitate, portray, reinterpret, or in one way or another, manifest that data into some other state of intellectual property. And we talked about the future!
I learned a lot about the details of how copyright law is implicated in some of the major recent cases involving generative AI, and I shared a few things about the technology itself that may be relevant to the legal analysis and how the law approaches generative AI.
Here’s a direct link to the video of this session: https://www.digitalhollywood.com/ai-summit---session-ten