Expired: Content Creation with AI
In this double lecture with subsequent discussion, the current technical status in the field of AI-generated content and the legal consequences will be presented.
When: Friday, September 23, 2022 – 10 AM to 2 PM
In the first part, AI enabler Werner Bogula from ARIC will give an overview of the current state of AI technology in the field of content generation and the implications for the production of creative content in music, text and visual. In the second part, lawyer Dr. Bahne Sievers from Fieldfisher will shed light on the current legal situation for AI content. The focus will be on copyright law, and questions such as protectability, ownership and infringement of AI content will be addressed.
Jovanka von Wilsdorf, expert on artificial intelligence in music creation, will show a few examples as an introduction to the subsequent discussion, where the topic, moderated by Inken März, will be debated with the audience regarding its future viability and applicability for the music industry.
Participation in this course is free of charge. Only requirement for participation is a binding registration via our registration tool.
Yakup Özkardes-Cheung worked for different media companies before he became a content manager and started leveraging his own time with AI tools. The idea of Content AI Tools was born when he realized that there is no other publication that focuses on this niche.
He is an international keynote speaker, author of the book Content AI, Host of the Live Show Content AI Tools, where he interviews experts around the world within the tech space. His main mission: to make sure that businesses leverage their time and money with AI technology. With 16, Yakup decided to become a journalist and worked for newspapers, TV stations, online platforms, and magazines. He also wanted to create digital products and digital revenue, so he started to work as a Content Marketing Manager in magazines and agencies. In 2020 he decided to start his own business and help entrepreneurs, CEOs, and CMOs to build effective content through the power of AI.
Lawyer for Digital Commerce and
Content & Technology, Fieldfisher