The explosive rise of technology and AI has completely transformed the creative landscape, leaving behind a trail of innovation and fresh possibilities. Specifically, generative AI, a branch of AI that focuses on creating original and novel content, has gained significant traction in the Indian context.
A compact summary of our team’s findings on end-user flexibilities and platform regulaton – carried out in work package (WP) 2 of the reCreating Europe project – has been recently published on Kluwer Copyright Blog.
Upon the kind invitation of Delia Ferri (Maynooth University), I wrote a short post on platforms and the DSA/copyright overlaps. The post came in light of the recent European Copyright Society Opinion on this matter.
Shortly after our first co-authored post on the copyright-related aspects of artificial intelligence and robot-journalism in India was published on this blog, we became aware of incredible news: the Indian Copyright Office has recognised the RAGHAV Artificial Intelligence Painting App and its legal owner as