Aurélie Jean is a doctor of science and entrepreneur. She has published Do algorithms make the law? (2022), published by L'Observatoire and co-authored Résistance 2050 (2023) published by L'Observatoire.
This is the news that shakes us up with the impression, for a moment, that globalization would de facto impose a standardization of practices and laws: Japan has just announced that it will not recognize the intellectual property rights of texts used in the training datasets of generative artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms. By hasty conclusions on the consequences of such a decision on the future attitude - supposedly similar - of our country, everyone goes to his analysis even far from the French and European legal field. And yet, at the risk of surprising you, Europe preceded Japan by defining the contours of this use case by rightly favoring the authors and therefore the owners of this data...
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