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February 13, 2023

Warning of Intellectual Property Violations in ChatGPT


Intellectual Property attorney José Luis Villareal was mentioned in a Reforma article about the possible violation of intellectual property rights in Mexico through the use of the ChatGPT and Lensa applications. These apps use an artificial intelligence (AI) system to alter images and support chat conversations. In response to concerns, some require for the Mexican government to update current legislation pertaining to intellectual property rights. Mr. Villareal said these new tools must enter into an in-depth analysis of the information and content they use on a daily basis. He also stated that some companies have tried to protect themselves regarding the alleged violations of the law.

"An update in the regulation should have restrictions regarding the rights of third parties," he said.

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