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What is generative AI?

McKinsey Operations

Generative artificial intelligence (AI) describes algorithms (such as ChatGPT) that can be used to create new content, including audio, code, images, text, simulations, and videos. Recent new breakthroughs in the field have the potential to drastically change the way we approach content creation.

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Copyright Office Offers New View On AI-Assisted Art

IP Law 360

Federal copyright officials are saying proposed registrations of creative works need to include whether artificial intelligence was used in the content's creation, an evolving issue that intellectual property lawyers are tracking as it plays out before judges and government officials.


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Generative Artificial Intelligence and Copyright Current Issues

JD Supra Law

The recent rise in popularity of generative artificial intelligence–powered applications such as ChatGPT poses important copyright issues for individuals and businesses with respect to content creation, including the scope of rights with respect to commercial use, content publication, potential liability for infringement, and content enforcement.

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3 Count: Dance Dance Lawsuit

Plagiarism Today

Next up today, Hannah Brown at The Jerusalem Post reports that the chairperson of Screen IL, a company that streams Israeli content around the world, has teamed up with various Israeli content creation companies to target Visa and Mastercard for their alleged support of pirated sites.

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IFRRO International Conference: Moving RROs Beyond Text

Velocity of Content

The session will look at new patterns of content creation, use, and re-use, especially video, audio and podcasts, and address issues and concerns related to remote working and distance learning, particularly the impacts on copyright and collective licensing.

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AI: The Copyright and Plagiarism Story of 2022 and 2023

Plagiarism Today

Whatever happens over the next 12 months will be important to watch and may dictate both the law and the ethics of content creation for generations to come. . The realization has hit that AI is entering creative spaces that, previously, were solely the domain of humans. Our legal and social systems are not prepared.

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Legal Issues with Using AI to Create Content – Written with Help from AI

LexBlog IP

One area where AI has already made significant inroads is in content creation. With the help of AI-powered writing assistants, businesses and individuals can generate high-quality content with minimal effort.