In recent years, research and development on machine learning, including deep learning, have increased the public interest in AI and the number of AI-related businesses in each field. With the rapid development of AI, there exists "gray areas" without established legal theories, such as the legal responsibility for the results of AI's own judgment, attributed subject of intellectual property rights of works created by AI, and the handling of intellectual property rights related to learning models and learned data. Therefore, careful consideration is required to address these "gray areas" when providing AI-related services.


GVA Law Office has been involved in resolving legal issues related to AI since its establishment. At GVA, we are able to use these experiences to provide comprehensive support related to AI, including advice on the Product Liability law, how to handle data, and how to handle and manage intellectual property rights.

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