Generative AI tools like ChatGPT are all the rage, but do they have a copyright problem? These AI tools rely on computer code developed by others and in 2022, a class-action lawsuit was filed arguing that these tools violate the rights of the original programmers. Join Joseph Saveri, one of the lawyers behind the lawsuit, Berkeley Law Professor Pamela Samuelson, and Mena Kaplan of Freshfields, to discuss these issues.

This webinar is presented with the Berkeley Spring Forum on M&A and the Boardroom. It is also the second webinar in a three part series associated with the 2022 Berkeley Law AI Institute. A recording of the first part in the series, which addresses the NIST Risk Management Framework, is also available.

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Recorded on April 14, 2023


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Adam Sterling

Assistant Dean at Berkeley Law

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Rachel Metz

Reporter at Bloomberg News

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Menachem Kaplan

Partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

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Pamela Samuelson

Richard M. Sherman Distinguished Professor of Law at Berkeley Law

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Joseph Saveri

Founding Partner at Joseph Saveri Law Firm