AI & Creativity: Protecting Creators in the Age of AI

    Join artists, writers and leaders working across the Creative Industries as they discuss and highlig


    3 November 2023, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

    British Library, Elliot Room of the Knowledge Centre,
    96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB
    From artists to writers, AI is impacting many creators whose copyright-protected works have been used to train AI models, often without their permission or fair pay. As the UK Government looks to navigate its regulatory response to AI, it's essential that creators and copyright owners have a significant voice. Join artists, writers and leaders working across the Creative Industries as they discuss and highlight creators unique insights and experiences which are pivotal to ensuring AI develops to be fair and equitable for all.

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    Panel discussion and Q&A - 2-3pm

    • Dr Hayleigh Bosher, Associate Dean / Reader in Intellectual Property Law, Brunel University London
    • Christian Zimmermann, CEO DACS
    • Matthew Blakemore, Chief AI Strategist at AI Caramba!
    • Chair: Lara Carmona, Director of Policy, Creative UK
    Part of the AI Fringe

    Fireside Chat: Innovation or Imitation? Creatives Deciphering AI's Role - 3-3.30pm
    • What are the predominant sentiments among leading creatives regarding AI: Is it predominantly viewed as an encroachment on genuine creativity or as an enhancer of artistic potential?
    • In today's digital age where AI has the capacity to mirror personal artistic nuances, how are creatives fortifying and retaining their distinctive artistic signature?
    • As AI carves its niche in content generation, how are creatives forecasting equitable remuneration structures, especially when their works serve as foundational influences for AI models?
    • With the relentless progression of AI, what methodologies or blueprints are creatives adopting to ensure their artistic identity remains undiluted and eminent?
    • Lawrence Essex, Sci-fi Author, Screenwriter, Film Director
    • Justin Hackney - Creative Director / Filmmaker / Creative AI Community Founder
    Cristina Carmona Aliaga, London and Partners