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Deciphering Generative AI: Creation, Curation, and Law

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Episode 296
March 23, 2024
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Hosted by Dave Levine

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Cornell Law and Tech Professor James Grimmelmann has become one of Hearsay Culture’s go-to experts on AI (having been a prior guest on issues involving intellectual property and technology). Its no surprise, therefore, that in this March 23, 2024 discussion on KZSU-FM (Stanford), we dissected the main concerns in New York Times v. OpenAI, the first major copyright lawsuit brought by a major newspaper against OpenAI. Along the way, we also got into issues involving government interaction with (and alleged “censorship” by) social media companies in Murthy v. Missouri, Sam Altman’s role at OpenAI, and what generative AI means for jobs. James’ ability to explain complex topics clearly is nearly unmatched, as well as his ability to cut to the core of an issue. We know that you will find this conversation both timely and critical.

“When platforms recommend content, I think they should be much more in the role of asking: What are the users who were showing this to going to think? Will they be happy that they received this?”

James Grimmelmann

“Social media is not a media. The key is to listen, engage, and build relationships.”

–  David Alston

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James Grimmelmann

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James Grimmelmann is one of the foremost scholars and thought leaders in the intersection between law and technology in the United States. He is the Tessler Family Professor of Digital and Information Law at Cornell Tech and Cornell Law School. He studies the impacts of regulating software and the impact on society and wealth. He is the author of the casebook Internet Law: Cases and Problems and of over fifty scholarly articles on digital copyright, content moderation, search engine regulation, online governance, privacy on social networks, and other topics in computer and Internet law. He personally blogged the Google Book Search litigation and became the go-to source of information about that case, and many others.
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DAVID LEVINE

Dave Levine is the founder and host of Hearsay Culture. He is a Professor at Elon University School of Law and an Affiliate Scholar at the Center for Internet and Society (Stanford Law School). From 2014-2017, he was a Visiting Research Collaborator at Princeton University’s Center for Information Technology Policy. He is also the co-author of Information Law, Governance, and Cybersecurity (West 2019). A regular contributor to Slate, Dave has been published in leading newspapers, websites, and academic journals in the US and EU.

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