Op-Ed: Monkeying Around With Copyright Law

Monkeys can’t own copyrights, and neither should computers or artificial-intelligence programs, but does that mean that all works created by monkeys and machines are in the public domain? Such a rule threatens computer-generated works that are indistinguishable in merit, value and originality from works created by humans.

Source: Monkeying Around With Copyright Law

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