Artificial Intelligence

The second day of WIPO’s Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR) was mainly spent in informals with the plenary resuming to close the...
The webinar, held on 21 February for IPA members, was offered in partnership with our members the Federation of European Publishers (FEP), Syndicat National de...
The developing relationship between artificial intelligence and intellectual property continues to be at the forefront of discussions in the intersection between AI and copyright. This...
IPA's Copyright Committee has endorsed a position on generative AI & copyright, which had been developed by the IPA's Copyright Policy Working Group. The position...
Europe has taken a significant step forward in regulating Artificial Intelligence (AI) after the Committee of Permanent Representatives of the European Union (COREPER) voted in...
On January 17, Fairly Trained, a newly established non-profit organization, announced the launch of a certification program aimed at recognizing generative AI companies committed to...
In an ongoing public consultation on generative artificial intelligence (AI) and copyright, Canadian book industry associations are urging the government to regulate the responsible development...
Jessica Sänger, Chair of IPA's Copyright Committee, moderated a session with Giulia Marangoni, Peter Schoppert, and Sebastian Posth to discuss prominent questions on content protection...
The education publishers’ section of IPA’s French member, Les Editeurs d’Education, hosted the latest meeting of IPA’s Educational Publishers Forum (EPF) with a theme ‘ArtificiaI...