2022 Francis Gurry Lecture on Intellectual Property
“Art and Authorship: From Warhol to the Creativity Machine”
to be presented by
Register of Copyrights and Director, U.S. Copyright Office
in-person and live-streamed on
Thursday, 18 October 2022
6:15pm AEDT (NSW Tas Vic)
5:45pm ACDT (SA)
5:15pm AEST (Qld)
3:15pm AWST (WA)
8:15pm NZDT (NZ)
Please join us in-person for refreshments served from 5.45pm
Generously supported by: AIPPI Australia • IP Australia • IPSANZ • LESANZ
Pending copyright cases in the United States highlight complex issues of how art is created and adapted. The U.S. Supreme Court is examining the application of the fair use doctrine to Andy Warhol’s silkscreen prints based on another artist’s photograph. And the development of artificial intelligence capable of producing appealing works of music, visual art, and poetry is challenging traditional concepts of authorship, with test cases being brought in the United States and other jurisdictions around the world. Register Perlmutter will discuss what is at stake in these cases, and their implications for copyright more broadly.
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