Copyright & AI

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is an increasingly present force in everyday life and one that is currently attracting the attention of regulatory bodies around the world. The US Copyright Office, the Canadian Government and others have all launched consultations this year to examine the issues. In this panel discussion, we are joined by European experts to highlight some of the opportunities and risks associated with the incorporation of AI into creative industries, as well as consider implications for makers, users and the broader copyright system. This promises to be a timely and enlightening discussion.

About the Speakers

Copyright & AI

Prof. Dr. Martin Senftleben | Professor of Intellectual Property Law, Amsterdam Law School & Of Counsel | Bird & Bird

Martin Senftleben is Professor of Intellectual Property Law and Director, Institute for Information Law (IViR), University of Amsterdam. His activities focus on the reconciliation of private intellectual property rights with competing public interests of a social, cultural or economic nature. Current research topics include AI training and text and data mining; machine substitution of human creative labour and author remuneration; data property and internet of things; open science and digital sovereignty of researchers; platform and digital ecosystem regulation; copyright data improvement and content recommender systems; quality journalism and the economic viability of public interest media; behavioural advertising and consumer empowerment. Professor Senftleben studied law at the University of Heidelberg. He worked as a researcher at IViR and the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition in Munich. In 2004, he was awarded a Ph.D. by the University of Amsterdam. From 2004 to 2007, he was a legal officer in the trademarks, industrial designs and geographical indications law division of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva. From 2007 to 2020, he was Professor of Intellectual Property at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. As a lawyer at Bird & Bird (2008 to 2019), he litigated copyright and trademark cases, including lawsuits about hyperlinking and website blocking.


Copyright & AI

Sofie Grettve von Rosen | Supervisory Officer for Collective Management of Copyright | PRV, the Swedish Intellectual Property Office

Sofie Grettve von Rosen has a law degree from London School of Economics with a specialisation in EU law. After working within contentious litigation in London, Mrs. Grettve von Rosen spent a few years in New York and Paris working within the arts’ sector. Following the completion of a Masters in Cultural Heritage Policy, Mrs. Grettve von Rosen joined the Swedish Artists’ Association as General Counsel and also worked with the implementation of the Resale Right Directive. She joined the Swedish Intellectual Property Office in 2021 where she has primarily worked with building up the office’s function as a Supervisory Authority. Parallel to her legal work, Mrs. Grettve von Rosen has been involved in several research projects relating to the organisation of control structures. She has a particular interest in governance and the use of soft law as a regulatory tool.  

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