LL.M. student at Amity Law School, India
In the rapidly advancing and technologically aware society of today, artificial intelligence systems have been making significant headway in obtaining widespread adoption. As more and more complex technology is merged, it won't be long before these systems are able to develop incredible innovations without any assistance from human beings. This not only casts doubt on conventional understandings of ideas like patents and copyrights, but it also raises issues regarding the control of such creations, among other things. Important considerations about intellectual property rights (IPR) should be given due to the fact that this casts doubt on conventional understandings of ideas like patents and copyrights. This paper intends to provide light on the evolving intellectual property rights laws' application to artificial intelligence as well as the challenges that have resulted from this application. The study takes a worldwide view on the subject. Additionally, it proposes solutions that extend beyond intellectual property rights in order to address concerns regarding criminal liability for content generated by similar technologies. Furthermore, a more in-depth discussion of copyright difficulties in relation to AI solutions is included in this paper, along with an emphasis on how patent restrictions relate to Artificial Intelligence systems.
International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 870 - 879DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.114097
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