As one of the leading IP firms helping protect AI, it was great to be asked for our take on the Stability AI v Getty Images case by World IP Review. Click below for the full piece including comments provided by M&C Trade Mark Attorney, Sarah Chittock.
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Marks & Clerk AI insights featured in leading IP publication, World IP Review
As Sarah Chittock, associate at Marks & Clerk, observes, the proposal was recently rejected by the House of Lords who branded it “misguided” and warned that these changes “take insufficient account of the potential harm to the creative industries. She notes, however, that as these AI image generators will be competing against artists and creators for work going forwards, “it will be increasingly important to establish whether the businesses behind AI generators must pay for use of the original creative works that their AI has learnt from.”