During London Book Fair in March, the IPA will contribute to programming and hold various membership meetings on the sidelines.
At Bologna, the book fair plans a new television and film rights trading center. And in London, the ‘Introduction to Rights’ seminar precedes the trade show.
Amid world book publishing’s challenges in 2024, IPA’s Karine Pansa says publishers need to talk more about what they do, and why.
A vote at the EU and a new report from the House of Lords in London prompts international publishing leadership approval, determination.
‘To help set a global standard in AI regulation,’ FEP’s statement says, Europe’s AI Act needs permanent-representative committee approval.
AAP’s Maria A. Pallante is advising Fairly Trained, which certifies generative AI providers for ‘training’ without copyright infringement.
Ottawa is working through an AI inquiry while Canada’s publishing industry is ‘still waiting for ministers to honor their commitment.’
The newly launched lawsuit of OpenAI and Microsoft by The New York Times parallels legal actions from the book publishing industry.
The world’s first broad-based legislation on artificial intelligence is approved in European Union negotiators’ marathon sessions.
As Europe’s trilogue approaches, Italy’s publishers and sister organizations demand stronger, not weaker, regulations on AI.