Christian Peukert is an associate professor of digitization, innovation, and intellectual property at the University of Lausanne (HEC). He works on the economics of data and artificial intelligence, with a particular focus on regulation and IP.
In new research, Christian Peukert and Margaritha Windisch review how copyright laws and practices have evolved to adapt to new technologies and discuss the various issues scholars and policymakers must address as copyright law is once again forced to adapt to the emergence of artificial intelligence.
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