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Intellectual property in an AI world

Aug. 23, 2018 – 

The European Parliament's rejection of the controversial Copyright Directive has highlighted the tensions in the evolving relationship between freedom and rights protection across the technology sector.

The ability of the law to effectively regulate developing technology has become a fiercely debated topic. The proposed directive is the latest indication that legislators are falling behind in ensuring adequate protection for intellectual property (IP) rights holders, particularly given the increasingly broad applications and uses of artificial intelligence (AI).

Given the obvious benefits of IP protection and the fact that legislation needs to catch up, why is the Copyright Directive so controversial? The primary concerns voiced by many, including a number of internet service providers, were with two particular aspects of the directive – articles 11 and 13.

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