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The AI art boom is built on ripoffs. Is it legal?

AI-generated art is disrupting lawmakers’ understanding of who a true copyright holder is; is it the human who prompted it? The company behind the generator? Or the artists who are part of the data set the generators use? Senior policy editor, Adi Robertson, explores the recent lawsuits between concerned creators and the U.S. copyright office. Presented by SAP. #AI #Technology

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0:00 Introduction
0:30 Artists’ copyright protections
1:36 Training AI Data sets
4:43 What’s Fair Use and Copyright
6:15 Movie analogy
7:27 “No humans involved” copyright issue
9:23 Jason Allen’s AI art
10:13 What can AI artists actually get copyright for?

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