With all the recent advancements in AI, there's a lot of conversation about the risks AI will create when it comes to copyright, but here's an interesting take on how AI can actually improve copyright fraud detection.
In this article from Variety, the CEO of Reservoir Music, Golnar Khosrowshahi, discusses how AI can play a crucial role in identifying copyright infringement and enhancing the protection of creative works. Through techniques like audio fingerprinting and real-time AI tools to verify ownership, significant time and effort can be saved, reducing the potential for human error.
In the article, Reservoir Music provides an example where they spent approximately two years clearing samples for De La Soul's music on streaming platforms. With the assistance of proper AI tools, this process could have been significantly streamlined.
As this technology continues to evolve, we reflect on the groundwork that has been laid over time. Platforms like YouTube have already demonstrated the capability to detect copyright infringement and remove videos that violate legal guidelines. We are interested to see how this technology will further develop to help protect artists and rights holders. Read the full article to learn more.