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Podcast: Who owns the rights to a robot’s art?

Managing IP speaks to AI experts who question the legal and philosophical ramifications of what happens when AI gets creative

Reporter Charlotte Kilpatrick chats with three guests – Ulrike Till, director of the AI division at WIPO; Simon Colton, professor of computational creativity at Queen Mary University of London and Monash University; and Matt Hervey, AI expert and partner at Gowling WLG – about the ownership rights of creative AI.

In this podcast, guests discuss issues such as ‘how an artist is defined by law’; ‘who owns the IP rights to AI-generated art’, and ‘what is the point of a robot writing poetry?’. 

Listen to the end for the answers to these questions and many others. 

Enjoy. 



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