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Title:Pravna ureditev avtorskih pravic v dobi umetne inteligence: Analiza zakonodajnih praks in primerov v Republiki Sloveniji in Evropski uniji
Authors:ID Mandl, Matevž (Author)
ID Primec, Andreja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Mandl_Matevz_2023.pdf (860,52 KB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Intelektualna lastnina že od nekdaj tesno sodeluje z razvojem novih tehnologij, zato je ključnega pomena, da se politika in zakonodajalci hitro prilagajajo, s čimer ohranijo korak z napredkom tehnologije. Razvoj umetne inteligence predstavlja potencialno pretresanje sistema intelektualne lastnine, kar postavlja pomembna vprašanja glede avtorstva, lastništva in morebitnih kršitev pravic. Obstaja prepričanje, da je za napredovanje tehnologije UI ključno, da politični določevalci ukrepajo hitro in preudarno, da zagotovijo učinkovit pravni sistem intelektualne lastnine, ki bo zmanjšal morebitne negativne družbene, etične in ekonomske posledice, hkrati pa bo sledil temeljnim vrednotam EU. Umetna inteligenca je prelomna tehnologija, ki že vpliva in še bo na številna področja človeškega delovanja, med drugim tudi na avtorsko pravo in pravo pravic intelektualne lastnine. Avtorske pravice v EU že od nekdaj pripadajo ustvarjalcem, človeškim avtorjem, ki so delo ustvarili s svojim intelektom in kreativnostjo. Širjenje in napredek UI pa povzroča številne nove izzive in vprašanja na področju avtorskih pravic pri delih, ki jih v celoti ustvari UI ali pa je uporabljena le kot orodje za ustvarjanje. EU se zaveda teh izzivov in se aktivno ukvarja s prilagajanjem svojega pravnega okvirja avtorskih pravic, da bi v svoje regulativne okvirje zaobjela tudi UI in njene vplive na ustvarjanje. Pomembno je razviti in najti uravnotežen pristop k zakonski ureditvi, ki bo spodbujal inovacije na področju UI ter obenem ščitil pravice ustvarjalcev in vseh ostalih deležnikov.
Keywords:Intelektualna lastnina, avtorske pravice, umetna inteligenca, zakonodaja
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:M. Mandl
Year of publishing:2023
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-85612 New window
UDC:347.77/.78
COBISS.SI-ID:172772867 New window
Publication date in DKUM:20.11.2023
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Downloads:79
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Language:English
Title:Legal regulation of copyright in the age of artificial intelligence: Analysis of legislative practices in Republic of Slovenia and European Union
Abstract:Intellectual property has always been closely intertwined with the development of new technologies, making it crucial for policies and lawmakers to adapt quickly to keep up with technological advancements. The development of artificial intelligence poses the potential to disrupt the intellectual property system, raising significant questions concerning authorship, ownership, and potential infringements. The belief is that advancing AI technology requires swift and attentive actions from policymakers to ensure an effective intellectual property legal framework that can mitigate potential negative social, ethical, and economic consequences while remaining aligned with the fundamental values of the EU. Artificial intelligence is a transformative technology that already has and will continue to impact various aspects of human activities, including copyright law and intellectual property rights. Copyright in the EU has traditionally been attributed to human creators, authors who produce work through their intellect and creativity. However, the proliferation and progress of AI give rise to numerous new challenges and questions regarding copyright ownership for works either entirely created by AI or where AI is utilized as a tool for creation. The EU is aware of these challenges and actively engages in adjusting its legal framework regarding copyright to encompass AI and its effects on creative works. It is crucial to develop a balanced regulatory approach that fosters innovation in AI while safeguarding the rights of creators and all stakeholders involved.
Keywords:Intellectual property, copyright, artificial intelligence, legislation


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