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Copycast by CLAIMS

Intellectual property and related stuff. Hosts are IP lawyers Victor Gorsky-Mochalov and Anton Endresyak. Copycast is produced by CLAIMS, an international company engaged in intellectual property protection around the world. Website: Topics: copyright, trademarks, patents, intellectual property law, art law, legal, consulting, trademark registration and management, UDRP domains names disputes, protection of intellectual property in social networks.


IP in the AI world, copyright to ideas, and All the Music Project / S1E4: All the art
What if robots generate all possible art? Does this generated content infringe copyrights on the earlier works created by humans? And will the works, created by humans after this point in history, be protected?   To answer these questions, we look at the story of All the Music Project with the help of Damien Riehl. Tune in! Key moments:00:00 - Go!00:50 - All the Music Project02:34 - Damien Riehl on the problem of proving parallel independent creation04:33 - Damien Riehl on the possibility to generate all music07:36 - All the Music project isn't going to destroy copyright08:12 - How All the Music project impacted on legal practice12:20 - Copyright to something already generated by a robot before  15:17 - Copyright to 4D and 5D works17:12 - Copyright to modern art18:46 - Conclusions Video:
19:42 5/13/23
Magazin der Kunst, Copyright Manifest of musicians, AI's symphony / S1E1: Beethoven
In this episode, we're exploring the world of Beethoven's music and copyright. We're discussing whether his music can be used freely today, the Curse of the 9th Symphony, Beethoven's support of copyright, his socialist model of copyright protection (Magazin der Kunst), and the ownership of copyright for his unfinished 10th Symphony. Tune in! Key moments:00:00 - Go!00:40 - Why Beethoven's music is not free sometimes02:00 - Anthem of Europe02:37 - Beethoven and length of CD03:45 - Curse of the 9th Symphony05:21 - Beethoven signed the Copyright Manifest06:54 - Magazin der Kunst: Beethoven's socialist system for authors10:21 - Beethoven AI Bonus: the article about Magazin der Kunst by Maynard Solomon: Video:
14:49 4/8/23
Robots in copyright and trademark cases / S1E2: AI
🤖 Does content generating soft like Stable Diffusion or Midjourney violate copyright to works used for machine learning? That is the issue raised in the Getty Images v. Stability AI, as well as in a few of other cases of 2023. We have overviewed this legal dispute and found out: what exactly Getty Images claimed in the lawsuit? Can AI be a copyright infringer or copyright owner? And how AI impacts on legal professionals? Key moments:00:00 - Go!01:39 - Getty Images v. Stability AI: the brief overview03:00 - How Stable Diffusion allegedly violated the trademark of Getty Images05:27 - Machine learning on artists' works: is it fair? and what EU regulation says?08:54 - The judge who used AI to write a decision12:47 - Are AI generated pictures protected by copyright?14:43 - What developers of AI write about copyright in Terms of UseVideo:
17:41 3/31/23
Copyrights to texts of ghosts / S1E1: Supernatural
👻 Can a psychic own copyrights to texts dictated to them by a spirit? This question was answered by courts in Cummins v. Bond (1926) and Oliver et al. v. Saint German Foundation et al. (1941) cases.We overview these legal precedents and find out: who owns the rights to texts from other worlds? and how the estoppel rule impacts on mediums?Key moments:00:00 - Go!00:52 - Cummins v. Bond (1926, UK): The case of The Chronicles of Cleophas Case04:37 - Oliver et al. v. Saint German Foundation et al. (1941, USA): The Case of A Dweller on Two Planets09:16 - Conclusions about copyrights of spirits and ghostsWatch it on YouTube (
10:08 2/17/23