Credera is excited to announce the release of our first full Technology Tangents podcast episode: "ChatGPT vs. The Law: The Legal Implications of AI."
In Technology Tangents: Conversations for Leaders in Tech, Credera's Chief Technology Officer, Jason Goth, and Chief Data Scientist, Vincent Yates, bring leaders together to discuss the modern technologies of today and how organizations should navigate the implications for tomorrow.
The discussions are fun, lighthearted, and frankly opinionated, but hopefully it gives technology leaders a sense of what matters, what to pay attention to, and what to ignore.
On This Episode
When AI generates copy or images, who is the author? And is that copy copyrightable? If AI doesn't own it, who does own the copyright?
While AI has existed for decades, it's scope and application have greatly expanded in recent years--and it's raising all kinds of new ethical and legal questions across the globe. The creation of AI-generated images and text (like ChatGPT and Galileo AI) is leading to legal issues involving patent and copyright law, and ethical issues that haven't fully been addressed by courts and legislators.
To discuss this thorny issue, we're interviewing Adam Floyd, an intellectual property attorney who has represented clients in all matters of intellectual property including patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secret disputes. Adam has tried and handled cases before Federal district courts in over 20 states, the Federal Circuit, the ITC, PTAB, arbitrators, and mediators for plaintiffs and defendants of all sizes and types.
While the rules vary by country, we're discussing the key legal issues organizations should begin to understand when AI technology is being used.