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Stifling Innovation: US Federal Copyright Office’s Discriminatory Decision Against AI-Generated Works

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a rapidly developing technology that has the potential to revolutionize countless industries. However, recent decisions by the US Federal Copyright Office threaten to stifle progress and limit the power of AI. Specifically, the Copyright Office has… Continue Reading →

Ageism, Wageism and Transhumanism

In a recent “Progress, Potential and Possiblities” interview with Dr. Jean C. Accius, PhD of AARP, a series of data analyses collectively called “The Longevity Economy Outlook” was discussed. A few interesting statistics were presented: In the U.S there are… Continue Reading →

Property Law and Outer Space

Before I proceed with this essay. let me emphasize that nothing I say here is to be construed as legal advice. If you’re planning on claiming an asteroid or something, consult a lawyer. The fancy Latin term for unclaimed land… Continue Reading →

Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality and their Impact on the Law

Watson showed, in dramatic form, the capabilities of current computers when it (he?) defeated the two best Jeopardy! Players in the world almost two years ago. If Kurzweil’s law of accelerating returns holds, Watson ought to be about twice as… Continue Reading →

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