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UK fails to reach consensus on AI copyright code in major blow to artists

05/02/2024

The UK government, AI companies, and creative organisations have failed to reach consensus on a proposed code that would set clear guidelines for the training of AI models on copyrighted material. For almost a year, the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has been consulting with companies including Microsoft, Google...
The UK government, AI companies, and creative have failed to reach on a proposed code that would set clear guidelines for the training of AI models on copyrighted material. For almost a year, the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has been consulting with companies including Microsoft, Google DeepMind, and Stability AI as well as various art and news like the BBC, the British Library, and the Financial Times.   The purpose of the talks was to produce a rulebook on text and data mining, where AI models are trained on materials like books, images, and films produced by humans…This story continues at The Next Web
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