This is one of those stories that isn't about education--at least not yet.
They note a whole host of techy-created problems:
Performers are having their image, voice or likeness reproduced without their consent. Or pay.
Contractors are keeping performers in the dark about what, exactly, their rights are in an AI contract.
There's a whole world of issues beyond the now ever-present use of deepfake and AI technology to create performances by dead actors in big time movies.
Equity presents some stories like this one:In the last six months, my voice has been used in huge marketing campaigns by global companies. I don't receive a penny, even though I believe my contract does not allow for third party advertising.