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Thaler, Copyright Office Fight Over Human-Authorship Requirement for AI-Created Artwork Continues

IP Watchdog

Copyright Office’s refusal to register copyright to an artwork generated by Thaler’s Creativity Machine. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, continuing the artificial intelligence (AI) technologist’s legal challenge to the U.S. The reply brief argues that there is no human authorship requirement under the U.S.

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U.S. Copyright Office Proposes Rule for Group Registration of Published Two-Dimensional Artwork

JD Supra Law

On February 15, 2024, the United States Copyright Office published a notice of proposed rulemaking, proposing to create a new group registration option for published two-dimensional artwork. The proposed rule, which the Copyright Office calls “GR2D,” would allow applicants to register up to ten.

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Dealing with Historical Figures Who Fall Out of Favour:  Don’t Attack the Artwork

Hugh Stephens Blog

… Continue reading "Dealing with Historical Figures Who Fall Out of Favour: Don’t Attack the Artwork" It has happened to Christopher Columbus, Winston Churchill, Robert E. Lee, and Queen Victoria, to name just a few recent targets.

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Tragic Ending: Award-Winning AI Artwork Refused Copyright Registration

JD Supra Law

The US Copyright Office (CO) Review Board rejected a request to register artwork partially generated by artificial intelligence (AI) because the work contains more than a de minimis amount of content generated by AI and the applicant was unwilling to disclaim the AI-generated material. 5, 2023) (S.

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Incidental use of artworks

Olartemoure Blog

La entrada Incidental use of artworks se publicó primero en OlarteMoure | Intellectual Property. This decision provides legal certainty to the audiovisual industry in copyright infringement disputes in Colombia and the Andean Community.

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A.I. Artwork Not Copyrightable

JD Supra Law

On February 14, 2022, the Review Board of the United States Copyright Office issued an opinion letter denying a claimant’s second request for reconsideration to register an Artificial Intelligence artwork piece titled “A Recent Entrance to Paradise” (“Work”). By: Fox Rothschild LLP

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Copyright Office Holds That 600+ Prompt Iterations Are Not Enough 'Human Authorship' for Registration of GenAI Artwork

JD Supra Law

Copyright Office Review Board affirmed the Copyright Office’s refusal to register a digital artwork created with the Midjourney text-to-image GenAI tool. On September 5, 2023, the U.S.

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