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Artificial intelligence (AI) that is generative is changing the world.
But can the brick wall of earlier legislation prevent them from creating phony video, audio, and text-based entertainment based on protected information in real time? Will anything have to be sacrificed?

After all, fan-fiction websites are among the most popular and active in the world, and people have been using them to spoof and exploit images, likenesses, and other things since almost the inception of mass-market advertising.

As stated in the “TechReg Talks” series by Christian Mammen, partner and head of Womble Bond Dickinson’s U.S. Intellectual Property Litigation Group, “there are many ways that the existing doctrines can be applied to this new technology.”

Although the modern concept of intellectual property (IP) has existed since at least the 17th century, it wasn’t until the late 20th century that it was codified in the majority of the world’s legal systems.

However, it is becoming increasingly clear that as AI technology develops, current intellectual property and copyright laws, such fair use, may need to be modified in order to effectively handle situations involving generative AI.

“I don’t know if we need to completely rewrite the laws just to account for this new technology.” Mammen said, “However, there could be certain instances where fiddling with the law or changing the rules in some respects is worthwhile.