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Social Media Obsession and Anxiety

Reaching the dissertation stage has made me research into several domains but all pertaining to IT. But recently a very interesting and unexplored domain sprung up and that’s social media obsession and anxiety. Many of you won’t read further as… Continue Reading

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Is AI self-sufficient to perform operations?

“What if an author is a machine learning algorithm? Could a computer or a machine using AI be considered as an author, especially if the output is not predicted by the user or the programmer?” That’s a very interesting and… Continue Reading

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Naruto and Slater’s case was a waste of time and resources?

Do you believe that in the case of Macaques vs Slater there was an “abuse of the concept of intellectual rights” and the whole selfie case was miles away from the original intention of the legislator? Do you believe that this was… Continue Reading

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Animal and intellectual property laws

“I find that the guardians of the monkey are correct: Naruto owns his photo”. A peer’s conclusion caught my attention and makes me wonder if animals can have copyrights? Slater is a British Wildlife photographer so I would here make reference to the… Continue Reading

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Legislation for AI systems

“I think the future is closer than the expected”, this is an interesting statement and makes me think again, at the pace AI has advanced, the copyright laws and regulations have failed to match up their speed and are far… Continue Reading

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Do animals have rights to their photos?

As mentioned by one of my peers, “I find that the guardians of the monkey are correct: Naruto owns his photo”. This conclusion about the famous controversy surrounding the Naruto and Slater case, caught my attention and makes me wonder if animals… Continue Reading

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Artifical Intelligence and copyright protection

A peer mentioned, “I believe this would entail an explicit ruling on whether machines may be assigned IP rights whilst stipulating the basis on which these rights may be accredited; such as the amount of processing done in response to… Continue Reading

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Do users actually read “user agreements”?

A peer mentioned Amazon and highlighted the fact that we as user, often give consent to the privacy rules without even reading them. In April last year, the chief Information Security Officer at AWS announced that its services would be… Continue Reading

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Who owns data?

A peer stated that “we live in a world where data belongs to those who collect it”. I agree with it partially. Unless we give our consent, the data is our property. The dilemma is, without reading the agreement, we… Continue Reading