Judge says AI only made stuff instant public domain! No copyright allowed!

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Re: Judge says AI only made stuff instant public domain! No copyright allowed!

Post by vocalhip » March 3rd, 2024, 9:25 pm

It's important to note that the implications of AI-generated content on copyright law are complex and evolving. While some argue that AI-generated works should be considered public domain due to the absence of human authorship, others believe that copyright protection should still apply, especially if human input or guidance was involved in the creation process.

The decision regarding copyright for AI-generated content is likely to vary depending on jurisdiction and the specific circumstances of each case. As AI technology continues to advance, it's crucial for lawmakers and legal experts to explore these issues further and establish clear guidelines to address the intersection of AI and copyright law.

In the meantime, creators and users of AI-generated content should remain aware of the legal considerations surrounding copyright and seek legal advice when necessary to navigate these complexities responsibly.
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Re: Judge says AI only made stuff instant public domain! No copyright allowed!

Post by Ben » March 4th, 2024, 7:26 am

Ironic!


…or, er…


Ironic?


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Re: Judge says AI only made stuff instant public domain! No copyright allowed!

Post by Dacey » March 5th, 2024, 10:15 pm

Do we verify that users are human when they join?
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Re: Judge says AI only made stuff instant public domain! No copyright allowed!

Post by Ben » March 6th, 2024, 3:41 am

We should do! The fact the post had been edited got me to looking and I found another invisible link hidden in there, now removed. If it comes back that post will be gone.

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