AI code of conduct ‘always doomed to fail’ say UK lawyers as guidance shelved

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By Jess Jones City lawyers have said a voluntary code of conduct for artificial intelligence (AI) was “always doomed to fail,” as the government has shelved plans to lay out rules on the training of AI models using copyrighted material. An industry panel convened by the UK’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO) to draft a voluntary code of conduct has reached an impasse. The IPO, tasked with copyright regulation, has been in talks with AI firms and rights holders to craft guidance for text and data mining used to create AI models like ChatGPT. However, the AI companies and rights holders have be…

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