Library guidesSubject: Law and Political Science
Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence
Intellectual property is the part of the law that covers intangible property created through people's ingenuity and intelligence, and it can include literary, artistic or scientific works. With the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) tools that can, among other things, generate both texts images, we decided to look at how intellectual property affects this new technology.
What is intellectual property (IP)?
The UOC's guide to intellectual property, copyright and Creative Commons licences and their potential effects for students, researchers and teaching staff.
Spanish Government website explaining what intellectual property is, who can use it, the types of rights relating to it, and how it is managed.
Spanish Ministry of Culture and Sport website setting out the definition of intellectual property.
A compilation of frequently asked questions about intellectual property, and the answers to them.
Librarians responsible for this library guide
Bárbara BadellOperative subgroup: Librarian for Arts and Humanities, vocational training Operative group: Library for Learning
Elisabet CerveraOperative subgroup: Librarian for Law and Political Science Operative group: Library for Learning