The Best Things in Life are Not for Free: Copyright and Generative AI Learning
Generative AI tools like Chat GPT and Stable Diffusion must have access to millions of text and images in order for them to learn and eventually generate output successfully in response to user commands. The key question for copyright lawyers
AI and Copyright: Death of the Author?
Is the postmodern condition of the death of the author in literary criticism fast becoming a reality in copyright law? Not yet. The limitless potential of artificial intelligence (AI) to analyse information, execute complex tasks, create and invent, has yet
“We Don’t Need Permission to Dance”: Key Features of the New Copyright Act 2021
Dance as a metaphor connotes relationships between control and experimentation, order and improvisation, purpose and play. The Copyright Bill 2021 which was passed in September 2021, and is expected to come into force before the end of the year, is
Mad About Memes … But is it Fair Use in Singapore?
This article assesses whether memes which are circulated on social media and the internet would be considered fair use or fair dealing under Singapore copyright law. It makes references to the decisions of the US Supreme Court and Circuit Courts
Should Singapore’s Courts Interpret Copyright Laws Expansively to Accommodate New Technological Developments?
Courts over the world have been grappling with the boundaries of copyright law with the advent of new technologies. This article evaluates whether Singapore’s courts should interpret copyright laws expansively to accommodate new technological developments. This article starts by evaluating