AI Music Outputs: Challenges to the Copyright Legal Framework – Part II

Author: Oleksandr Bulayenko (Institute for Information Law (IViR) and Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI)), João Pedro Quintais (Institute for Information Law (IViR)), Daniel Gervais (Vanderbilt University Law School) and Joost Poort (Institute for Information Law (IViR))
Published: 25.04.2022
Imagen de Gordon Johnson en Pixabay This post is the second instalment of an analysis of a recent report, a part of the reCreating Europe project, on the application of EU copyright and related rights law to outputs generated by or with the assistance of artificial intelligence (AI) systems, tools or techniques (AI outputs), with a focus on outputs in the musical domain. The report examines the question: How can and should EU copyright and related rights law protect AI musical outputs? The first part summarised the conclusions of our research on how EU copyright rules to apply to AI…