Studio dell’EUIPO sull’utilizzo di intelligenza artificiale nell’enforcement di diritto diautore e design

Nel marzo 2022 stato pubblicato per conto dell’EUIPO lo <<Study on The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Infringement and Enforcement of Copyright and Designs>> (qui la pagina web che ne dà notizia e il link).

sia l’executive summary che le cobncluysionbs iundicatno i) opportunities, ii) drivers, iii) limitations and iv) concerns (es: Retroactive deconstruction of an algorithm may be required to assess the factors that influence a model’s predictions)

Opportunities: “Currently, the main areas of AI development are machine learning, natural language processing,
computer vision, expert systems, and explainable AI. Explainable AI is currently receiving increased
attention by experts and policy makers. Other technologies enhanced by AI, such as quantum
computing, blockchain, 3D printing, generative design, cloud services, and robotics also have great
potential. AI can identify and prioritise risks, instantly spot malware on a network, guide incident response, and detect intrusions before they occur. For example, machine learning stands out as a key
AI subfield that can be used to develop law enforcement tools such as the analysis of large amounts
of information to detect threats and identify social engineering bots, scanning of images to detect false
pages or illicit content, improving automatic content recognition (ACR) tools, and providing insights to
find infringement patterns”