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Sep 4, 2023

When ChatGPT launched in 2022, it felt as if a new future had been revealed to us. Now that AI is freely available, user-friendly, and regularly assisting in the production of products and services, legal professionals are faced with a slew of new questions. Can a computer infringe on existing copyrights by pulling too much data from it? Can AI improve products by merging source codes? Does the extraction of millions of images infringe on an individual image creators’ rights? In part 2 of this podcast, host Jack Russo and Professor Rafael Chodos discuss the need for a new chapter of copyright laws highlighting the use of AI development.