Black Cats & Generative A.I. – How LLMs are looked at from a Copyright perspective

 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

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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

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Future of Lawyering - The Millennial Perspective article, co-written by our own Cheryl Lim

Our Cheryl Lim contributed to this article on the Future of Lawyering - The Millennial Perspective, co-written with Angela L. and 鲁帅杰, who are part of the Meritas Law Firms Worldwide Young Lawyers team. 

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