The Use of Human Voice and Speech in Language Technologies: The EU and Russian Intellectual Property Law Perspectives

  • Ilya Ilin
  • Aleksei Kelli
Keywords: language technologies, Russian copyright law, EU copyright law

Abstract

 The article evaluates whether the Russian and EU copyright laws are mutually consistent in their treatment of voice and speech when used as input to the development of language technologies. The discussion is aimed at determining whether there are potential obstacles and legal risks in this regard for co-operation between language-technology developers from Russia and the EU, which could have an adverse impact on such collaboration.

Published
2019-11-13
How to Cite
Ilin, I., & Kelli, A. (2019). The Use of Human Voice and Speech in Language Technologies: The EU and Russian Intellectual Property Law Perspectives. Juridica International, 28, 17-27. https://doi.org/10.12697/JI.2019.28.03