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The future of artificial intelligence in film, music and television will be discussed today (Monday 20 November 2023) at a roundtable led by Culture Secretary Lucy Frazer and attended by key figures in the creative industries. Senior bosses from the UK’s creative sectors - such as Warner Music, Getty Images and the Publishers’ Association - will join representatives from the Intellectual Property Office and Creators’ Rights Alliance to explore the opportunities and challenges AI presents to creative industries.
Country singers, romance novelists, video game artists and voice actors are appealing to the U.S. government for relief — as soon as possible — from the threat that artificial intelligence poses to their livelihoods.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the Music Rights Awareness Foundation today launched a new online platform to raise creators’ awareness of intellectual property (IP) rights and related management practices, aiming to ensure they receive recognition and fair reward for their work.
200 organizaciones de la economía cultural, sindicatos, cámaras, artesanos y trabajadores de las industrias culturales debatieron durante tres días acerca de los ejes estratégicos para el desarrollo cultural de la Argentina.
Visual arts are a vibrant part of Canada's culture and help us celebrate our shared heritage. Today, the Honourable Pascale St-Onge, Minister of Canadian Heritage, and the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, launched a survey to help support the development of resale rights for artists.
This paper demonstrates the depth and diversity of existing applications of artificial intelligence (AI) in arts, culture and creativity, explores its current and foreseeable impacts, and highlights the need for enhanced understanding and governance. AI is already changing the way people connect with arts and culture around the world, and its risks need to be balanced with the opportunities that it presents. ANA welcomes efforts from governments to design, implement and support appropriate AI governance, and highlights the important role that people have in shaping the impacts of AI.