Faux-riginality in an Age of Mass Production: Why Copyright Should Not Protect Machine-Generated Content
Sarit K. MIZRAHI, « Faux-riginality in an Age of Mass Production: Why Copyright Should Not Protect Machine-Generated Content », conférences Jeunes chercheurs, Chaire LexUM, 18 février 2020.
Sarit K. Mizrahi is pursuing her Ph.D. at the University of Ottawa. Her thesis explores copyright issues arising from creators’ use of creative algorithms, particularly regarding how human authors’ use of artificial intelligence to enhance their own creativity can impact their rights as well as the proliferation of knowledge. Her research is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council through a Joseph Armand-Bombardier Scholarship.
Prior to pursuing her doctorate, Sarit received her LL.B., J.D. and LL.M. at the University of Montreal. She was awarded the Prix Henri Capitant 2014 for her master’s thesis, which concentrated on the legal implications of Internet marketing in light of privacy, competition, trademark and consumer protection law. She continues to work as a researcher at the University of Montreal’s Cyberjustice Laboratory, which seeks to increase access to justice through technology.
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