Technologies and Traditional Laws: Interrogating the Nexus of Generative AI and IPR in Indian and U.S.A Context

  • Eshita Gupta
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  • Eshita Gupta

    Student at Amity University, Amity Law School, NOIDA, India

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The growing incorporation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into creative processes has sparked significant inquiries regarding intellectual property rights (IPR). This paper explores the intricate relationship between generative AI and IPR, specifically examining copyright laws and use of copyrighted data for training AI models. By conducting a thorough analysis of legal frameworks in the United States and India, we explore the contrasting approaches to safeguarding AI-generated works and the obstacles presented by the use of copyrighted material in AI training. In addition, we delve into the impact of these legal uncertainties on the advancement and effectiveness of AI models. Our study seeks to offer a thorough grasp of the legal and ethical aspects of this ever-changing field.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 2, Page 1911 - 1919


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