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Revista chilena de derecho y tecnología

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CHAVEZ VALDIVIA, Ana Karin. Redesigning the ownership of artworks: Artificial and robotic intelligence. Rev. chil. derecho tecnol. [online]. 2020, vol.9, n.2, pp.153-185. ISSN 0719-2584.  http://dx.doi.org/10.5354/0719-2584.2020.57674.

We dare to affirm there is no area of knowledge where robotic-artificial intelligence duo has not entered yet; and that currently one of the main questions revolves around the possibility of granting a specific legal personality to certain kind of robots and consequently the conferring of ownership over certain rights; in this sense, an unresolved question is who owns the artworks created by artificial intelligence. Beyond an “implied” ownership, the current state of creations makes it necessary to execute a serious analysis related to the varying possibilities still covered by a character of absolute negation or reasonable doubt.

Keywords : Robots; artificial intelligence; legal personality; art; copyright.

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