Technology and digitalisation
The Albanese government is set to create a copyright and AI reference group to help protect the creative, media and technology sectors (amongst others) from potential AI threats.
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The Beijing Internet Court has recognised the copyright for a piece of artificial intelligence-generated content (AIGC) in the first ruling of its kind in mainland China, where a growing number of enterprises are caught up in a frenzy to advance use of the technology in transforming industries and improving people’s daily lives.
Ibermedia Next ha dado a conocer los 14 proyectos beneficiados con las ayudas para la aplicación de nuevas tecnologías en animación digital que España, Italia y Portugal codesarrollarán con diez países de Latinoamérica: Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Guatemala, México y Perú.
In a strategic move to advance the gaming industry's growth in the emirate, Abu Dhabi Gaming (AD Gaming) has integrated with the Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi).
Professional associations covering artists, authors and publishers have hit out at calls by big tech firms for Australia to water down its copyright law, and to allow for cheap or free access to protected works and data. They have also warned against Australia ceding too much power to international regulators on copyright, a scenario that big tech is promoting.