AI is contributing than ever to the creative economy by augmenting people to be more productive and by automating creative activity. In those cases where AI generates a new song, video, or writing without a person who traditionally qualifies as an author, this presents a challenge for copyright law which has historically protected works generated by a person. Different jurisdictions have already created different rules for dealing with so-called “AI-generated works”, but whether and under what circumstances these works receive protection is about to take on dramatically greater importance as AI reaches a point where it can generate a substantial amount of commercial value in the creative industries.
Professor of Law and Health Sciences, University of Surrey School of Law; Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at University of California, Los Angeles; Partner, Brown, Neri, Smith & Khan, LLP; and Mediator/Arbitrator, JAMS, Inc.
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