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From Music Tracks to Google Maps: Who Owns Computer Generated Works?
  • M. Perry, T. Margoni
  • Political Science, Computer Science
  • Comput. Law Secur. Rev.
  • 26 July 2010
We analyze the status of authorship and ownership for the creation of works by non-human actors, with particular attention to common law countries, and recommends which approaches should best be pursued. Expand
A Legal Perspective on Training Models for Natural Language Processing
A significant concern in processing natural language data is the often unclear legal status of the input and output data/resources. Expand
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and EU Copyright Law: Who Owns AI?
Within the broad field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) looks at improving the performances of computers in executing tasks for which they were not specifically pre-programmed. Expand
The Digitisation of Cultural Heritage: Originality, Derivative Works and (Non) Original Photographs
The purpose of this paper is to explore the legal consequences of the digitisation of cultural heritage institutions' archives and in particular to establish whether digitisation processes involveExpand
Possible forms of legal protection: an EU legal perspective
Disclaimer/Complaints regulations If you believe that digital publication of certain material infringes any of your rights or (privacy) interests, please let the Library know, stating your reasons.Expand
Licensing FAIR Data for Reuse
The last letter of the FAIR acronym stands for Reusability. Expand
Legal Aspects of Open Access to Publicly Funded Research
Internet growth, content digitisation, and expanding “big data” and data analytics capabilities have affected the ways in which publicly funded research results are accessed, disseminated and used.Expand
Free-Libre Open Source Software as a Public Policy Choice
Free Libre Open Source Software (FLOSS) is characterised by a specific programming and development paradigm. The availability and freedom of use of source code are at the core of this paradigm, andExpand
The Harmonisation of EU Copyright Law: The Originality Standard
The first European Union Directive in the field of copyright was enacted nearly 25 years ago. Similarly to many other directives that followed, that Directive was “vertical” in scope, meaning thatExpand
FLOSS for the Canadian Public Sector: Open Democracy
  • M. Perry, T. Margoni
  • Business, Computer Science
  • Fourth International Conference on Digital…
  • 10 February 2010
In this paper we have looked at some aspects of the state of the current debate regarding the adoption of FLOSS by governments and other public bodies and have tried to clarify some of the more complex legal issues. Expand