Volume 25

Apr
12

This Article examines broad arguments of infringing copyright’s entitlement of the right of derivatives in the context of Generative AI (“GenAI”) systems. Copyright owners make derivatives arguments against various activities in the GenAI supply chain even in the absence of substantially similar output. They make these arguments in an attempt to go around the limitations

Apr
12

This Article examines the challenges and prospects of crowd‑sourcing generative artificial intelligence (“GenAI”) systems in patent law as human and machine creativity become seamless. As GenAI technologies like GPT-4 become ubiquitous, AI-generated solutions will be less innovative and will complicate tenets about patentability. An evolution of patent law’s non-obviousness standard provides an elegant solution––borrowing from

Apr
12

 Artificial intelligence (“AI”) systems can operate in ways that their designers may not fully understand. This creates a series of important questions regarding trade secrets. This Article argues that AI system designers should be able to hold trade secret rights in AI algorithms even when they are unable to articulate how those algorithms operate. However,

Dec
14

Traditionally, the National Football League has enjoyed antitrust exemptions for sponsored telecasting of games. However, due to the incorporation of NFL content onto streaming services, questions have arisen as to whether fans’ access to professional football is being unfairly restricted. This Article suggests that because the League’s first ever exclusive agreements with streaming services have

Dec
14

The adoption of clean technology has become pivotal in the nationwide attempt to rely on renewable energy sources. In recentyears, the federal government has increasingly supported investment in offshore wind turbines. With the promulgation of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, the Biden administration seeks to financially incentivize offshore wind infrastructure, to attain 30 Gigawatts

Dec
14

“Most people, in fact, will not take trouble in finding out the truth, but are much more inclined to accept the first story they hear.”—Thucydides Artificial intelligence systems create hyper-realistic fake media—deepfakes—that are completely indistinguishable fromauthentic media. As a result, people cannot believe the things they see or hear; it is impossible to determine whether

Dec
14

In 2021, Florida passed Senate Bill 7072 in response toconcerns of censorship from large Silicon Valley-based social mediacompanies. After the Eleventh Circuit enjoined Bill 7072, Florida passed the Florida Digital Bill of Rights––a data privacy statute that also contained distinct anti-censorship provisions. After granting certiorari in Moody v. NetChoice, LLC., the U.S. Supreme Court should

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