As AI Proliferates, Courts Are Tasked With Copyright Issues
With each passing day, artificial intelligence technologies seem to be more present in everyday life and increasingly commonplace across numerous industries.
Many generative AI technologies are capable of producing new expressive material, and many are trained on expressive material found online or elsewhere. The proliferation of these technologies and the works they generate have raised a number of novel and important questions in the field of copyright law.
Are AI-generated works eligible for copyright? What about works that contain a combination of human-generated and AI-generated content? And for the entities who create or use AI-technologies, what are the potential liabilities to keep in mind?
In this article, we hope to provide some high-level guidance on this cutting edge and rapidly evolving area of copyright law.
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*This article was first published in Law360 on October 31, 2023.
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