25 October 2023
Developers and users of Generative A.I. ("Gen A.I.") can find themselves having to navigate copyright challenges but to do so requires some understanding of both how a Gen A.I. model manipulates copyright works as part of its training and development and how copyright law might apply to such use.
So what exactly happens to content when it is used to develop Gen A.I., and how might this be analysed from the Singapore law perspective? This article explores what might be one way of how the law might apply.
This is our second article published on Gen A.I. and copyright. The first ("Did Singapore Solve Copyright Issues in the Training of AI Models?" dated 25 August 2023, can be found here).
By Jeffrey Lim
A.I. & Copyright – Did Singapore’s Copyright Act 2021 solve copyright problems in the Training of A.I.?
25 August 2023
When Artificial Intelligence models are trained against data, the potential for copyright infringement exists under the laws of some, if not most, countries. Did Singapore's Copyright Act 2021 solve this problem? This article explores what Singapore's changes to its laws mean.
By Jeffrey Lim
Malathi Das passed away peacefully on 12 April 2022, aged 53. Undoubtedly a leading light of family law in Singapore, Malathi was more than a colleague to us. Ever the team stalwart, Mal assured with her unstinting loyalty, friendship and care. She rallied us with her spirited sense of fun and good humour, injecting play into our work-day office pa...
Very honoured and blessed to have been ranked in Legal500 in Intellectual Property, and, in TMT as a "Firm to Watch". We are very grateful to all our referees and for our clients who have continued to support us through the years.
Very honoured that our firm has continued to be listed as a leading firm in Chambers 2022, and that also 2 of our directors, Joyce A. Tan and Daniel Lim continue to be listed in Chambers as leading practitioners.
Join our Joyce A. Tan for a frank and illuminating conversation on lawyering in the age of frontier law issues and new legal technologies at the Future Law Podcast series, in collaboration with the Singapore Academy of Law. Some key points she shares with Prof. Michael Madison of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law:
We did not solicit or campaign from clients or peers for this though we were invited to do so - we simply had too much work to devote the time for it. So it came as a pleasant surprise to see the recognition accorded to the firm in the 2022 Straits Times Press Singapore list of best law firms.
Our Joyce A. Tan is moderating a panel consisting of distinguished speakers Annabelle Kwok, Hugh Karp, Jonathan Larsen this afternoon for a discussion on Web 3.0 in Insurance / Pension Markets as part Singapore FinTech Festival! With the de-centralised web leveraging data, blockchain, and other innovative tools and technologies, join the panel for an engaging discussion on how this impacts the world of financial products in respect of pensions and insurance.