This article is part of the series "[Podcast] Privacy Attorney Tiffany Li and AI Memory". Check out the rest:
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Tiffany C. Li is an attorney and Resident Fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project. She frequently writes and speaks on the privacy implications of artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and other technologies. Our discussion is based on her recent paper on the difficulties of getting AI to forget.
In this second part, we continue our discussion of GDPR and privacy, and examine ways to bridge the gap between tech and law. We then explore some cutting edge areas of intellectual property. Can AI algorithms own their creative efforts? Listen and learn.