Intellectual Property attorney Robert Hill, alongside Meghan Ryan and Kathryn Keating, co-authored an article for Law360
that highlighted cases that could determine whether certain common forms of artificial intelligence (AI) training constitute intellectual property violations. Additionally, they analyze other legal considerations relating to whether AI-generated output is protectable under U.S. intellectual property law. The article goes on to explore lawsuits stemming from authors, photographers and media companies that combat AI's use of copyrighted content. It also emphasizes the important role that U.S. courts will play in shaping the future of AI implementation. Meghan Ryan is the co-director of the Tsai Center for Law, Science and Innovation at SMU Dedman School of Law, and Kathryn Keating is a former Holland & Knight Summer Associate.
READ: Cases, Issues That May Shape the Intersection of AI And IP