As Artificial Intelligence Expands, So Do Legal Protections

August 20, 2021

By: David Rabinowitz

Bloomberg Law

“What’s past is prologue.”—Shakespeare, “The Tempest”

“History is more or less bunk.”—Henry Ford

Like the disputants in the old Certs commercial, they’re both right. The law of intellectual property relating to artificial intelligence and its products is both already established in the existing law, and will have to be invented as AI plays our games, writes our books, plays, and music and, with expert software, puts lawyers out of business.

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