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A method that assesses which occupations will be most affected by artificial intelligence (AI) predicts that advances such as ChatGPT will have significant effects in education and financial services.
Large firms have an advantage in innovation. A new model shows that large firms are better at commercializing new inventions. The advantage is less in sectors where innovators can easily license technologies to other firms.
Digital enforcement of rules intended to combat truck driver fatigue erodes drivers’ autonomy without reducing accidents. Truckers are paid by the mile, creating incentives for overwork.
Artificial intelligence (AI) systems improve the quality of business decisions. Early applications of AI are not transformative. However, AI can transform business processes entirely by changing patterns of decision-making.
Proactive Moderation of Online Discussions: Existing Practices and the Potential for Algorithmic Support
Human moderators may intervene to stop users from posting offensive content, but proactive intervention is labor intensive. Algorithmic tools help moderators identify problematic conversations on a large scale.
A survey of thousands of firms helps economists understand the spread of advanced technologies such as robotics. Advanced technologies are often used for automation, and generally improves productivity.
Rereading the case in which the Supreme Court first recognized transformative fair use could help the Supreme Court resolve tension between derivative rights and transformative fair use in Andy Warhol Foundation v. Goldsmith.
Observers have criticized the fairness of private-sector platforms’ content moderation policies. In response, some platforms developed processes that mimic public institutions.
Sequential Uses of Copyrighted Materials: Transforming the Transformative Use Doctrine in Andy Warhol Foundation v. Lynn Goldsmith
The case of Andy Warhol Foundation v. Lynn Goldsmith arose when one artist’s copyrighted work was used to create a second artist’s work. The key factor is the effect of the alleged infringement on the value of the first work.