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Resystematization of copyright in the age of AI



Year of publication 2019
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
Description Within the scope of the author’s research “Artificial Intelligence as a Technological Challenge to Copyright” and based on the previous (i) exploratory meta-analysis of an AI and copyright as well as the (ii) descriptive study of status quo, the research is now continuously focused on the resystematization of copyright for the creations of an AI. Author is analyzing the options of how to adapt the current copyright law system of the Czech Republic (while reflecting the EU and necessary international aspects of the copyright) for it to be suitable and flexible enough for the works created with the help or by an AI, while not discriminating the value of traditional works regime. The AI is here understood (based on the previous research) as a quasi-equitable entity able of the creative choices, which is nowadays a valuable part of the creative process and often presented as the “pillar of the modern art”. After the assessment of such resystematization, the author is focusing on the possible ways of resystematization of the AI’s creations’ legal regulation and its consequences and added value either through (i) the transformation of the conceptual features of the copyrighted works and the authorial principle of natural person, (ii) the introduction of the new category of works originating from the AI-included creative process, or (iii) introduction of an exemption from the authorial principle of natural person for such works
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