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Online session about the influence of Artificial Intelligence on the rights business

There are few topics as challenging and hotly debated as artificial intelligence (AI) right now. This session is going to look at the debate, the developments, and their implications through the lens of the rights community. From international legislation to copyright issues, the change of contracts and AI-companies as potential licensees, we will discuss risks, opportunities, and real-life examples with representatives from the publishing industry as well as technology and legal experts.

About the Frankfurt Rights Meeting:

The Frankfurt Rights Meeting has been the meeting place for all decision-makers in the field of rights and licenses for over 30 years. This year you can expect a hybrid format under the motto \"Licensing in times of turmoil\": insights into current topics and trends in four digital sessions in September 2023, followed by an exclusive networking reception with a keynote speech on the exhibition grounds.



Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1
60327 Frankfurt am Main

Frankfurter Buchmesse GmbH
Free access
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© Antony Irvine

Dr. Tom Chatfield

Author and tech philosopher

Madeline McIntosh

former CEO of Penguin Random House US

© Thomas Cox

Thomas Cox

Managing Director, arq works

Duncan Calow

Partner, DLA Piper

© Stable Diffusion

Peter Schoppert

Director, National University of Singapore Press