CCC has continuously developed its RightFind XML offering since its inception in 2016, and we now offer even more flexible ways to incorporate scientific articles from more than 50 publishers into AI and machine-learning initiatives.
In a much-anticipated report, the UK Intellectual Property Office recommends a major rewriting of UK copyright law, delivering the future of copyright to those using AI and damaging the present and future financial interests of publishers, authors, journalists, and musicians among others.
CCC has acquired the assets and technology of Deep SEARCH 9 (DS9), a knowledge management platform that leverages machine learning to help customers perform semantic search, tag content, and discover new insights.
The legal and regulatory environment for AI tools remain at the forefront of copyright policy, and we observe that government agencies entrusted with administering these issues are thinking about them and soliciting views from the public about them.
“People who direct audiobooks, people who edit audiobooks, people who check audiobook narration for word-for-word perfection against the manuscript would be impacted. And in this age of deep fakes, there are ethical issues too.”
On Tuesday, October 26, the US Copyright Office, and the US Patent and Trademark Office are co-hosting a three-part discussion on “Copyright Law and Machine Learning for AI: Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going?”