Friday 31 May 2024
OpenAI expands partnerships with accounting firms and news organizations
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and OpenAI have officially partnered, making PwC OpenAI's largest customer to date. Meanwhile, to mitigate copyright concerns related to training data,...
Monday 6 May 2024
OpenAI, Financial Times ink content deal for real-time news training
Financial Times (FT) has reached a content licensing agreement with OpenAI, enabling the startup to utilize FT's database to train its GenAI models.
Thursday 11 April 2024
The power of data in the AI age: the challenges of copyright and differentiating application
The concept of "data is the new oil" has been discussed for quite some time, but the advent of GenAI has truly showcased the value of data.
Friday 15 March 2024
Nvidia and OpenAI's legal battle over AI data use sparks debate over data supply chain regulation
Following the allegations against OpenAI, Nvidia is now also under fire for training its model by using the works of creators without permission.
Wednesday 21 February 2024
Generative AI in legal crosshairs (Part 1)
Since its launch in November 2022, ChatGPT has garnered global attention, becoming a trend across various industries.
Wednesday 29 November 2023
AiiEyes introduces a digital image copyright infringement detection solution helping content creators protect their intellectual property
All kinds of online services are being offered as smartphones become digital assistants that people rely heavily on in their everyday lives. These burgeoning services provide far-reaching...
Tuesday 4 June 2019
Blockchain crucial for IP assets tokenization: Q&A with Machi X CEO Leo Cheng
Innovative blockchain applications are proliferating fast to usher in huge business opportunities, and among them is the tokenization or digitalization of intellectual property (IP)...
Friday 4 September 2009
Google online library kicks up copyright dispute in China, says report
Google's online virtual library has ben accused by the China Written Words Copyright Society (CWWCS) of infringing copyrights of Chinese-language books authored by China citizens...
Wednesday 22 April 2009
Taiwan copyright act revised to offer safe harbor for ISPs and "three strikes rule" for copyright infringement
Taiwan's Legislative Yuan on April 21 passed an amendment to some articles of the Copyright Act to exempt ISPs from being accused of joint copyright infringement with their subscribers,...