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AI Literacy Part 8: Who Owns AI? Artificial Intelligence and Copyright - Hybrid - Brian Quinn, Erin Burns, Jenni Jacobs, Josh Salmans In-Person / Online

Hybrid- both face to face and online web based interaction

Grasp the complexities of defining authorship and ownership of AI-created works. Understand the legal status of works created by artificial intelligence and the implications for creators and users. Learn about Creative Commons licenses and other licensing options for AI-generated works.

The emergence of artificial intelligence has created a number of issues related to originality, fabrication, authorship and ownership. Who has rights to what is often murky and copyright law and the legal system is playing catch up in an attempt to address these issues. This workshop will explore the role that AI plays in content creation and protection. It will clarify the concept of transformative works and its relation to copyright. Understand the role of licensing in granting permissions for AI-generated content and how you can apply it to your work.


Related LibGuide: AI Literacy in the Age of Generative AI by Erin Burns

Wednesday, April 3, 2024
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Time Zone:
Central Time - US & Canada (change)
Room 309
University Library
  Undergrads, Graduates, Staff and Faculty  

Registration is required. There are 34 in-person seats available. There are 111 online seats available.

Event Organizer

Brian Quinn
Jenni Jacobs
Erin Burns

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