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Google asks MPs for ‘flexible copyright exemption’ for AI

News | 11/27/2018 1:58 pm EST
Google Canada counsel Jason Kee appears before the House of Commons industry committee Monday, Nov. 27, 2018. /photo via Parlvu

OTTAWA — Alphabet Inc.’s Google wants members of Parliament to include a “flexible copyright exemption” for AI and machine learning copying in the Copyright Act, adding to a chorus of voices from digital companies calling on Parliament to address the issue.

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