02 March 2020

AI Guides | Ownership of AI generated Works

Who owns a work created by an AI computer program?

AI is already being used to create art, music, architectural floor plans and poetry. AI is being used to assist in the inventive process. Ownership questions arise in relation to works and inventions created by AI. For example, who owns the copyright or patent rights?

Our experts outline the current state of play in Australia and what you need to consider.

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