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Prospects for Protection of Intellectual Property Created by Artificial Intelligence

ФИО студента: Anna Fischenko

Руководитель: Nikita Ivanov

Кампус/факультет: School of Law

Программа: Civil Law and Commercial Law (Master)

Оценка: 9

Год защиты: 2020

The research aims at investigation Artificial Intelligence, its legal status and features of regulation of objects created by Artificial Intelligence, which are classically defined as intellectual property. One of the key Artificial Intelligence qualities is autonomy. Nowadays it is used for works and inventions creation. However legal regulation of those objects is a lack. Their legal status and owner are not defined. The author proposes a definition of the term «Artificial Intelligence» and defines Artificial Intelligence legal status. Conditions of objects created by artificial intelligence protection as intellectual property and their owner are defined. The research is focused on two key institutes: copyright and patent law.

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