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Nina Brown & Jared Schroeder: The Legal Implications of Generative AI in the Newsroom

Nina Brown & Jared Schroeder: The Legal Implications of Generative AI in the Newsroom

Update: 2023-12-29
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Nina Brown and Jared Schroeder join Nikita Roy to break down the intellectual property implications of generative AI models and explore the legal implications of using generative AI in newsrooms. 


They examine the risks and liabilities associated with Generative AI outputs and historical legal precedents that could shape Generative AI regulations.


Nina Brown is an award-winning assistant professor at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She researches the legal issues with deep fakes, content regulation on social media, and emerging issues related to works created by artificial intelligence. She holds a J.D. from Cornell Law School and practiced law for several years before joining the Newhouse faculty. 


Jared Schroeder is an associate professor of media law at the University of Missouri School of Journalism. His research focuses on freedom of expression and emerging technologies, particularly in press rights in the networked AI era. He is the author of three books, including his upcoming book, The Structure of Ideas: Mapping a New Theory of Free Expression in the AI Era, published by Stanford University Press.


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Nina Brown & Jared Schroeder: The Legal Implications of Generative AI in the Newsroom

Nina Brown & Jared Schroeder: The Legal Implications of Generative AI in the Newsroom