Sekou Campbell is guest on Brains Byte Back podcast to discuss the legal issues of ownership of art made by AI

Philadelphia office partner Sekou Campbell appeared as a guest on the Brains Byte Back podcast hosted by The Sociable. His interview explores the legal implications of ownership of AI produced art.

Here is a brief description of Sekou’s guest appearance:

Joining me on today’s show is Sekou Campbell, an attorney whose practice focuses on the meeting place between art and technology and his clients have included an AI music composition software company and other art-focused startups.

On this show, we discuss how attitudes towards tools used to produce music have changed over the years, what AI’s influence in art means for the artists, and what are the legal implications surrounding ownership of art produced by AI.

Click here for the full podcast. Happy listening!


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