There is no stopping the global advance of Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI applications are taking more and more forms and popping up in different domains. To generate their output, ChatGPT, DALL-E, Runway and other AI tools train their systems based on existing data and metrics. In the process, they also massively use copyright-protected works: text, music, images, audiovisual works, etc.
13 December 2023
Sabam safeguards rights of its authors for AI use
Authors' society Sabam decided, in the interest and on behalf of the authors, composers and publishers it represents, to exercise its reservation for text and data mining of its repertoire by AI tools. With this decision, Sabam, like authors' societies across Europe, wants to safeguard its authors' right to remuneration. It also calls on policymakers to quickly work towards a conclusive regulatory framework that provides more transparency when AI applications use creative works to train their systems. Human creativity reduced to child's play