United States: Can AI Systems Hold Copyrights?

Lately, we are witnessing an uptrend in the discourse over the interfaces between artificial intelligence systems, particularly text and image generators, and intellectual property law, specifically as pertains to copyrights. One main question in this context is if copyrights can protect works created by an artificial intelligence system. A few days ago, a DC District Court judge ruled that the answer to this question is no.

One of the trendiest uses of AI today is AI-based image generators. These generators “create” various images based on uploaded databases, after the user instructs the system which image to produce. Autonomous Creation

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