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The EU Should Preserve the Copyright Directive’s Delicate Balance to Safeguard and Promote Innovation

Boniface de Champris

Journal of AI Law and Regulation, Volume 1 (2024), Issue 1, Page 113 - 117

New developments in artificial intelligence (AI) have triggered heated legal and political discussions globally, including in the field of copyright. With significant legal cases pending in the United States, the debate in the European Union (EU) has mainly been political. The recent political agreement on the EU’s AI Act will likely reverse the delicate balance reached by the EU Copyright Directive and could endanger innovation. Keywords: copyright; EU AI Act; generative AI; TDM


Korean Copyright Issues in Text Data Mining for Generative AI journal article free

Kyungsuk Kim

Journal of AI Law and Regulation, Volume 1 (2024), Issue 1, Page 64 - 76

Text and data mining (TDM) is crucial for generative AI models to create content. However, due to its nature of reproducing large amounts of data and copyrighted works, TDM often finds itself in a challenging relationship with copyright law, which traditionally protects copyrighted works. While there has been significant discussion and research on TDM exceptions and limitations under the EU Digital Single Market (DSM) Directive and other national laws, South Korea's approach to TDM legislation, particularly for generative AI, has received comparatively less attention. Recognizing the importance of TDM, there is broad agreement on the need to include specific copyright exceptions for TDM in the Korean Copyright Act. This article aims to introduce and analyse the proposed amendment to the Korean Copyright Act concerning TDM exceptions. In doing so, it will present and compare the latest legislative developments in Korea with the global trends in TDM exceptions. Keywords: generative AI; text data mining; TDM; exceptions and limitations; DSM Directive; non-enjoyment

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