"The Scary Truth about AI Copyright Is Nobody Knows What Will Happen Next"

First, can you copyright the output of a generative AI model, and if so, who owns it? Second, if you own the copyright to the input used to train an AI, does that give you any legal claim over the model or the content it creates? Once these questions are answered, an even larger one emerges: how do you deal with the fallout of this technology? What kind of legal restraints could—or should—be put in place on data collection? And can there be peace between the people building these systems and those whose data is needed to create them?


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Author: Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Charles W. Bailey, Jr.