In our latest episode of the PrivacyRules PrivacyEspresso series, we delve into the intricate world of generative AI and the legalities of copyright infringement—a pressing issue in the age of AI-generated content.
Join us as we explore this topic with Kyoung Min Pyo from D’LIGHT Law Group, the exclusive member of the PrivacyRules Alliance for South Korea. We explore how generative AI’s vast data training, including works that may be copyrighted, poses significant legal risks and the fine line between inspiration and infringement.
Kyoung Min provides a nuanced overview of the challenges faced by users and platforms in navigating copyright laws. From issues around AI-generated images of famous characters to portraits of celebrities, the legal landscape is as complex as it is captivating.
For companies and individuals leveraging generative AI, understanding these risks is crucial. Kyoung Min’s insights offer a roadmap for compliant use of these transformative technologies.
Don’t miss the rich discussions and professional guidance that could safeguard your projects and company from potential legal pitfalls. And if you’re looking to dive deeper, Kyoung Min’s comprehensive article on the subject is a must-read, available here