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Synthetic data can be the response to limit some of the legal challenges against artificial intelligence for violation of intellectual property rights and privacy laws.
Artificial intelligence is under attack for its potential legal issues concerning the breach of intellectual property rights and privacy laws. In this context, generative artificial intelligence technologies are turning to synthetic data as a harbor to minimize challenges. Giulio Coraggio, location head of the Italian Intellectual Property & Technology department of the global law firm DLA Piper, discusses the topic with Aldo Lamberti, Founder and CEO of Syntheticus, a company specializing in the generation of synthetic data.
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