Auctioning Art(ificial Intelligence): The IP implications of Edmond de Belamy
For the first time a painting made entirely using artificial Intelligence was sold at auctioning house Christie’s in New York. The painting of imaginary Edmond de Belamy ultimately sold for the staggering amount of $432,500. Alexander de Leeuw discusses the IP implications of artificial intelligence on art in a short opinion that was first published on IPKat. The opinion can be found here.