LLM Student at Tamil Nadu National Law University, India.
With the current rate at which technology is evolving, enforcing regulations has proven to be a difficult task. Artificial intelligence, which is a major aspect of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, plays a significant role in it. The author of this paper has specifically addressed the issues raised by artificial intelligence (AI) in the context of intellectual property specifically copyright. The authorship of works created by artificial intelligence with human intervention can be attributed to the person who provides the creative input for the work in question. But what about the works of art created entirely by artificial intelligence with no human intervention? The issues of whether such works are protected and who should be considered as the author are tired to address in this paper through a comparative study on Japan, China and U.K with that of India.
International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 5, Page 2345 - 2361DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.112180
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