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3 Count: Fan Art

Plagiarism Today

The post 3 Count: Fan Art appeared first on Plagiarism Today. Kat Von D takes the stand in tattoo trial, publishers respond to Anthropic and beIN gets more domains banned in France.

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Another “Magic: The Gathering” Art Plagiarism Scandal

Plagiarism Today

The post Another “Magic: The Gathering” Art Plagiarism Scandal appeared first on Plagiarism Today. Wizards of the Coast, the makers of Magic: The Gathering, are at the center of another plagiarism scandal. Here's what happened.

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Understanding Wizards of the Coast’s New AI Art Debacle

Plagiarism Today

The post Understanding Wizards of the Coast’s New AI Art Debacle appeared first on Plagiarism Today. Wizards of the Coast has found itself at the center of yet another plagiarism scandal, this one involving an AI image in marketing materials.

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Indigenous Art Under Licence: One Solution to the Problem of Theft of Indigenous Cultural Expression and Trade in Fake Indigenous Art (And WIPO is Working on Others)

Hugh Stephens Blog

Last fall I wrote about the ongoing problem of trade in fake Indigenous art. This applies to many genres and communities but is a particular problem in the Pacific Northwest, where I live, because of the richness of the art forms and their popularity among the public. (It

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O Prior Art, Prior Art, Wherefore Art Though Prior Art? 

Patently-O

In a new opinion the court asked and answerd an interesting question: What if most on-point prior art was accidentally created due to a typographical error? A key to the analysis was a finding that the error would have been apparent to someone of skill in the art. You can compare the prior art linear objective lens results (Fig.

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“Comparison Prior Art” Must Be Tied to the Same Article of Manufacture as That Claimed

Intellectual Property Law Blog

It found that the lower court erred by failing to instruct the jury that “comparison prior art” must be tied to the same article of manufacture as that claimed. Regarding the jury instructions on comparison prior art, Columbia argued that the district court erred by failing to instruct the jury as to the scope of the comparison prior art.

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Inventor Says AI Art Merits Copyright Despite US Gov't Stance

IP Law 360

Copyright Office's arguments that art created by his AI system is not copyrightable because the machine is not human, telling the D.C. An artificial intelligence inventor has bashed the U.S. Circuit that the government cannot overcome the fact that the work exists, it's original and it qualifies for registration, regardless of its origin.