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Ars Technica Breaks Down the Latest Copyright Office Guidance on Artificial Intelligence

Ashley Belanger writes the following in “Authors Risk Losing Copyright if AI Content Is Not Disclosed, US Guidance Says” for Ars Technica:

As generative AI technologies like GPT-4 and Midjourney have rapidly gotten more sophisticated and their creative use has exploded in popularity, the US Copyright Office has issued guidance … to clarify when AI-generated material can be copyrighted. …

The guidance offers some specifics on what isn’t copyright eligible when it comes to AI works generated solely by prompts—with no modifications made—which the Copyright Office likens to giving ‘instructions to a commissioned artist.’ These works lack human authorship and, therefore, won’t be registered. …

Perhaps the most significant aspect of the guidance is an author’s ‘duty to disclose the inclusion of AI-generated content in a work submitted for registration.’

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