Formulating transnational legal principles governing rights in co-generated data and third-party data
Data access and sharing for the purpose of AI development should work transnationally. While contract law may currently be the most suitable means to allocate rights and duties in co-generated data transnationally, mandatory legal rules are also needed to protect and balance all legitimate interests. Currently this is done by the individual jurisdictions, and jurisdictions even differ considerably in terms of what they regard as the most important concerns, such as data protection. To support data access and sharing for AI, there is therefore a need for transnational coordination and convergence of domestic rules.