Mathilde Croze, partner, comments for 01net the initiative of the French Ministry of Culture to entrust two missions to the Higher Council of Literary and Artistic Property, relating to the remuneration of artists and rights holders in the face of AI.

She welcomes this approach while emphasizing the importance of carrying out, in parallel, longer-term reflections on the matter💡 .

“Which authority is taking charge in thinking of long terme measures to protect the creative sector from AI, by considering setting quotas, or subsidizing productions that will commit to using humans, for example? (…) who will ultimately fund the pensions of all those people, including journalists, translators, actors, graphic artists, technicians, sound engineers,  who will be replaced by AI tools? And more generally, have we already given up on listening to, reading and seeing non-dehumanized productions?”.


Read more in Stéphanie Bascou’s article.