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How copyright applies to AI-generated works

Reading Time: 5 minutesThis article is written by Benita Lau from Taylor Vinters Via LLC and published with Tech in Asia and Asia Law Network. You can read the article on Tech in Asia here.  Humans were distinguished from artificial intelligence (AI) by their capacity for imagination, creativity, and sensitivity. However, as computer-generated literature and artwork continue to develop, these traits seem […]

A Guide to Legally Using Images from The Internet

Reading Time: 10 minutesHave you ever downloaded an image from the internet to use in your presentation? Or perhaps, re-posted the image in your personal social media account, or used it as a cover picture for a blog post? Myth: If it’s online, it’s free. Many people think that anything that can be found on the internet is […]

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5 Common Misconceptions about Copyright in Singapore

Reading Time: 5 minutesMisconception 1 – Ideas can be protected by copyright law A fundamental principle of copyright law is that ideas cannot be protected, but original expressions of an idea may be. For example, the idea of extraterrestrials visiting Earth has long fascinated many of us. This one idea has given birth to creative content featuring aliens […]

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Protecting your Graphical User Interface (GUI)

Reading Time: 8 minutesProtecting your Graphical User Interface (GUI) – what are your options? Whether in relation to gaming, communication, payment, or even an amalgamation of multiple functions, technology companies are leveraging on the use of mobile applications (“apps”) to reach a massive audience of smartphone users. A critical factor determining public reception to an app is its […]