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- The US Copyright Office says you can’t copyright Midjourney AI-generated images
- Artificial intelligence is breaking patent law
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Would you say that a(n actual) banana duct-taped to a wall may be protected by copyright? And would you consider a claim that the author of said duct-taped banana copied the work of another artist who…
A federal judge on Friday upheld a finding from the U.S. Copyright Office that a piece of art created by AI is not open to protection.
The images in this comic book are “not of human authorship”
The Internet stopped another copyright extension without firing a shot.
Marc Andreessen famously said that software is eating the world. But the latest and greatest software trend–generative AI–is in danger of being swallowed up by copyright law. Like a cruise ship hea…
The patent system assumes that inventors are human. Inventions devised by machines require their own intellectual property law and an international treaty.
When the EU started planning its new Copyright Directive (the "Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive"), a group of powerful entertainment industry lobbyists pushed a terrible idea: a…
The EU’s extremely controversial Copyright Reform -- which might introduce upload filters, ancillary copyright, and restrictions on text and data mining -- will finally go to a vote on June 20.
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