Artificial intelligence is pushing the boundaries of creativity - and copyright law. Now the U.S. Copyright Office is calling for backup.
Who owns the art of AI? A recent court decision shut the door on an inventor seeking copyright protection for works created autonomously by his "Creativity Machine," underscoring that creativity alone does not make you an author under the law.
As artificial intelligence advances trigger excitement and unease worldwide, governments face a high-stakes challenge: how to harness AI's potential while averting its perils.
ChatGPT and other cutting-edge AI have governments feeling like Wile E. Coyote chasing the Road Runner - constantly trying to catch up with AI advancing at blurring speeds. How can regulators put guardrails on an AI superhighway without causing a pileup of innovation?
In the world of AI, what really constitutes copyright infringement? Through the lenses of lawsuits filed against OpenAI and Meta, explore the grey areas in the nexus of AI, copyright law, and the sanctity of intellectual property.
New York City's Local Law 144, requiring independent auditing of AI hiring tools for potential biases, has stirred vigorous debate in the digital recruitment arena.