Copyright Office Report Says AI-Assisted Works Can Be Protected In Some Cases

In Wednesday’s report, the agency said that the use of AI tools was not an automatic ban on copyright registration, but that it would be closely scrutinized and could not play a dominant role in the creative process. “If a work’s traditional elements of authorship were produced by a machine, the work lacks human authorship and the Office will not register it,” the agency wrote.

Source: Copyright Report Says AI-Assisted Works Can Be Protected – But Only If A Human Was Still In Charge

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