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Lithuanian creators, including music creators, should earn as much as the European average. Their income should level up to German and Finnish levels.
Lithuanian people should find good Lithuanian music in Lithuania on Spotify, YouTube and the radio. Foreign labels must not increase their market share and colonize the local creative ecosystem.
There are initiatives in the progress: LATGA already improved the rights management for one part of the composer’s rights management, MIC has more than 400 profiles in their database online, LMVA already lobbied for quotas, the Kūrybiškos Europos biuras has bright funding ideas, and the country has a respected national library.
Still much to do: revaluing music requires a cooperation of all rightsholders, making sure that the AI systems of streaming services work well requires linking (elements of) the existing databases, probably via the library, to
web of data to sync knowledge into the global global databases about Lithuania. Plenty of education needed how to revalue, claim money or defend the country from dark algorithms.
Topics: - European AI regulation and ethics, music AI, - non-discriminiation and fair remuneration for Lithuania's creators. - Smart and future proof local content and media regulation, music export, cultural heritage. Features: - The policy brief itself expressed as a resource, not a static file that is once finished and downloaded. - It is an educational document in itself, it is self-refreshing with data, legal and policy texts - We educate policy-makers and music professionals to talk, write and think about AI in a smart way.
Human agency and oversight | Technical Robustness and Safety | Human agency and oversight | Privacy and Data Governance | Transparency | Diversity, Non-Discrimination and Fairness | Societal and Environmental Well-Being
open linked data: We aim to sync with AGATA, LATGA, the Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania, MIC and internationally via the Europeana, Music Brainz and Zenodo with global libraries, music services, and scientic repositories.
open and smart policies: In sync with the the Cultural Ministry of Lithuania, providing a blueprint for film, television, books, newspapers, fashion, architecture, design and other cultural and creative industries.