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Why a US legal ruling over an AI-generated cartoon has major implications.

Why a US legal ruling over an AI-generated cartoon has major implications for music’s future.

In my Op-Ed, I pointed out that if the courts decide that not enough human input goes into an AI-generated work, then that work cannot be protected by copyright (with notable exceptions such as UK and Irish law permitting copyright protection of computer-generated works, with the author being the person who made the “necessary arrangements” for the creation of the work), and then the work will fall into the public domain, meaning that creators would lose their IP protections.

Music Business Worldwide.
https://www.musicbusinessworldwide.com/why-a-legal-ruling-over-an-ai-generated-cartoon-has-major-implications-for-musics-future/

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