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Ishutin Aleksander

Ishutin Aleksander

Junior researcher of the Department of economics, Institute of Scientific Information for Social Sciences, Russian Academy of Sciences, Master student of the Faculty of Law of the National Research University – Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia).

Kosarimov Sergey

Kosarimov Sergey

State University of Oil and Gas named after I.M. Gubkin (Moscow, Russia)

Chikirka Ekaterina

Chikirka Ekaterina

State University of Oil and Gas named after I.M. Gubkin (Moscow, Russia)

“Neural art” as the subject of copyright

In recent years, specialized media have increasingly focused on the so–called «neural creativity» – works created by special algorithms. Digital art is becoming widespread and objects created by neural networks are not only popular but even sought after by such well-known auction houses as Christie's. However, the legal status and authorship of such «works» has not yet been determined. This survey examines Russian and foreign legislation as well as the doctrine on how copyright law should resolve the issues raised.

Keywords: digitalization; digital culture; neural art; Artificial Intelligence.

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For citation: Ishutin A.V., Kosarimov S.V., Chikirca E.V. “Neural art” as the subject of copyright / English transl. by Nikulichev M.Y. // Social Novelties and Social Sciences. – Moscow: INION RAN, 2021. – N 2. – P. 110–119.
DOI: 10.31249/snss/2021.02.09
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