Using Copyrighted Works to Train AI: Fair Use or Just Plain Unfair?

When: April 19, 2023 at 12:00pm - 1:30pm EDT - This event has passed



Winston & Strawn LLP 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166


This event will be hybrid: In person at the below address and live streamed.

Location: Winston & Strawn LLP, 200 Park Ave, New York, NY 10166

Check-in begins at 11:45am EDT
Lunch at 12:00pm EDT
Program begins at 12:30pm and ends at 1:30pm EDT

Member Ticket (virtual) $55.00
Non-Member Ticket (virtual) $95.00
Member Ticket (in-person) $65.00
Non-Member Ticket (in-person) $105.00
Student Member Ticket Free

Please Note: In-person registration ends April 17, 2023 at noon.

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The use of creative content like artwork, photographs, textual materials and musical recordings to train machine learning models, which in turn enable various artificial intelligence tools and services, raises complex and unique issues regarding the use of copyrighted materials and the scope of the fair use doctrine. Our panel of experts will examine this issue, including addressing recent copyright infringement suits asserting that using images to train AI services infringes copyright, discussing the potential defenses to these infringement actions, and evaluating the possibility of compromises and creative solutions to the issue that could short circuit full-blown litigation.


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