ZOOOM Talk at the Deep Dive: AI Webinar Series is Now Online
If you’ve missed our talk on Open source AI between enablement, transparency and reproducibility on 5th October 2023, it is now available online.
In this webinar hosted by the Open Source Initiative as a part of the Deep Dive: AI Webinar Series (2023), our colleagues our colleagues Ivo Emanuilov, IP lawyer / PhD researcher, KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law, and Jutta Suksi, Senior Specialist, Legal and Design in Data Economy, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, discuss open source AI and its components with a focus on understanding the various phases and layers involved in AI development, particularly with regard to copyright issues. Their presentation highlights the hybrid nature of AI, blending data, software, and other components, leading to complex questions about intellectual property rights. It explores the idea of replicating open source principles for AI by emphasizing transparency, enablement, and reproducibility as key principles. Additionally, Ivo and Jutta examine existing AI licenses and their focus on data, restrictions, weights, and combinations of data, executable models, and source code. This presentation emphasizes the rapidly evolving nature of AI licenses and the importance of considering regulatory requirements in the development of open source AI.
You can find both the video and the presentation they’ve delivered by visiting the OSI website.
‘Open source AI between enablement, transparency and reproducibility’ Presentation is provided below:
We are excited to be part of the global conversation on Open Source AI and look forward to the next steps in the process. If you have any feedback or would like to share an opinion, please reach out!