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The European Parliament is pushing forward with the adoption of the Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act). Among the amendments to the European Commission’s original text are new disclosure obligations that require providers of AI models (such as Generative AI systems) to disclose any copyright materials used for training those models.
This report, entitled Shared heritage: universality, restitution and circulation of works of art, proposes a doctrine and method for reviewing and processing restitution requests. It is part of the dynamic launched by the President of the Republic during his speech in Ouagadougou in 2017 calling for the possibility of restoring African cultural property and strengthening cultural partnerships between France and Africa. Since 2017, France has made its heritage and museum cooperation with the countries of the African continent one of its priorities, in close coordination between the embassies and the services and operators of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture.
The Government is introducing a scheme which will lift incomes for artists, support them beyond the current spike in cost of living and ensure they are properly recognised for their contribution to New Zealand’s economy and culture.
El jueves 23 de marzo, en sesión de Senadores fue aprobado el Proyecto de Ley de Fomento de la Lectura y el Libro, texto elaborado en la Mesa Técnica del Libro que reúne a diversas entidades relacionadas con el libro, bajo la coordinación de la Secretaría Nacional de Cultura (SNC).
La Ley General de Derechos Lingüísticos de los pueblos indígenas cumple 20 años de su promulgación
The Nigerian creative industry has captured the attention of industry stakeholders who have come together to discuss the proposed Creative Industries Development Bill (CIDB) and its potential to transform the Nigerian creative economy.