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Speed and passion-Art and Law in the Context of Widespread Application of AI Technology

Submission deadline: 31 December 2024
Special Issue Editors
Lin Zhou
Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China
Interests: Intellectual Property Law; Art Law; Information Law, etc.
Special Issue Information

This special issue comprises a collection of papers presented at the 5th International Symposium of Art Law. The previous four sessions were attended by famous art law scholars from both home and abroad, with excellent papers published. Welcome to contribute to this special issue and jointly promote "Art Law Education".

Art Law originated from the accumulation of social wealth and the rise of the art market in Europe and the United States in the mid-20th century. A new intersection was formed in the fields of law and art as nations continued to conduct research and education in art law. In the last two years, some works of art have been labeled NFT with the help of blockchain technology and entered the market as digital art collections, which has increased the chaos in the art market. At present, large models of generative artificial intelligence are constantly emerging, and copyright disputes over "text-to-image" based on AI technology have emerged one after another in the field of judicial trials. The rapid iteration of new technologies not only increases the speed at which humans process various information but also greatly improves the freedom and richness of artistic creation. It also creates more problems.

As art and legal professionals, it has become our top priority to recognize and master the principles of the relevant technology, seize the opportunities that this technology brings to artistic creation, and address the corresponding legal challenges. With the theme "Fast and Furious: Art and Law in the Context of Widespread Application of AI Technology," this symposium will delves into the new issues arising from the development and application of AI technology.

Art Law
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Arts & Communication, Electronic ISSN: 2972-4090 Published by AccScience Publishing