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Copyright in Generative Deep Learning

@article{Franceschelli2021CopyrightIG,
  title={Copyright in Generative Deep Learning},
  author={Giorgio Franceschelli and Mirco Musolesi},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2105.09266}
}
Machine-generated artworks are now part of the contemporary art scene: they are attracting significant investments and they are presented in exhibitions together with those created by human artists. These artworks are mainly based on generative deep learning techniques, which have seen a formidable development and remarkable refinement in the very recent years. Given the inherent characteristics of these techniques, a series of novel legal problems arise. In this article, we consider a set of… 
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