Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre releases report on Streaming with some interesting comments on copyright infringement

The Policy & Evidence Centre, led by Nesta and in collaboration with the University of Glasgow has released a report looking at the changing online culture consumption behaviour amongst UK adults aged 12 and above. The conclusions of the report do not suggest that everyone will become a digital streamer of content, but rather the …

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Facebook Artificial Intelligence could change the market place – thanks to your photos

Facebook is launching a "universal product recognition model" which is set to transform they way consumers purchase goods. It looks towards a future where the products in images on the site can be identified, classified and then purchased in one place. This concept os "social first" purchasing may not be new, with influencers using the …

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What does the iPad Pro LiDAR scanner mean for Augmented reality?

The iPad Pro 2020 comes with an important addition, a LiDAR sensor - the iPad Pro now has a laser on the back. This is yet another example of Apple leading with hardware knowing that apps will be developed in order to take full advantage. Being the first Apple product to be equipped with LiDAR, …

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Digital use is on the rise – but what does that mean for copyright infringement?

The Coronavirus lockdown has dramatically increased the use of digital products as people work from home and now more than ever people are moving to online content over physical media to view movies, TV shows, even plays and musicals.  It remains to be seen what effect this will have on the digital entertainment industry in …

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