When we buy something, what does it mean exactly? This year at CopyCamp, Aaron Perzanowski (co-author, The End of Ownership) will tell us about property in the digital world. Register: http://copycamp.pl
Software paid for from public money should be available under a free license with full source code and documentation. We are one of signatories of the open letter prepared by the Free Software Foundation Europe as a part of the PMPC campaign (https://publiccode.eu/). FSFE is one of CopyCamp partners and they will be talking about PMPC at the conference this year.
To replace composers with computers take a musical archive and a learning algorithm. A program that implements the algorithm will create a model of a digital composer, who in turn will compose own music. How many such composers will fit into your laptop’s hard drive? Join us at CopyCamp where Nick Briz will tell us more about using machine learning in music.
„Did they like it? – many artists would love to know. User data analysis may help to find an answer, as well as to predict trends while planning new album releases, concert tours, marketing strategies. Who owns this data and who is allowed to use it? Where lies the balance between interests of authors, publishers, and users’ privacy? This year at CopyCamp we will spend some time to seek answers to these questions. We especially would like to invite you to the presentation of Gloria González Fuster.
Before looking under the hood of an autonomous vehicle – consult your lawyer. Iga Bałos will tell us why at CopyCamp. Admission is free, but seat number is limited. Register today at: http://copycamp.pl/en/
How does copyright affect your life? What links copyright and culture, education, science, technology, health, and food? Find out at CopyCamp 2017: The Internet of Copyrighted Things! See you on 28-29 September at @KinoPraha in Warsaw. Register at: www.copycamp.pl/en
What is the Free Software perspective on intermediary liability during the current EU copyright reform? Join us at CopyCamp for the presentation of Polina Malaja, Policy Analyst and the Legal Coordinator at the Free Software Foundation Europe!
Mitch Altman, inventor and hacker, is our guest at CopyCamp this year. He’s going to speak about the role of open hardware in society. Mitch is also going to visit some hackerspaces in Poland and hold a series of workshops.
At CopyCamp we look into the future. And in the very near future computer programs could have copyrights just as people do. Małgorzata Ciepłuch will tell us about this in detail. She graduated form the Academy of Music in Gdańsk and law department of Warsaw University. Currently she is a PhD student at two departments, law and cultural studies, at the University of Gdańsk. Her main research interest is copyright law in the context of protection of musicians, in particular, relations between musical and legal cultures. Since 2010 she offers legal support for the creative industry.