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Japan to set ground rules for sharing AI's riches

Guidelines will help developers and data suppliers protect their interests

A server room at a data center run by Fujitsu, one of many Japanese companies pursuing artificial intelligence development.

TOKYO -- The spread of artificial intelligence technology has raised thorny legal questions about how to distribute rights to and profits from AI products, issues that Japan's industry ministry hopes to address with guidelines due out next year.

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