A Gentle Primer on Generative AI Art Models

Duane Morris partner Aleksander J. Goranin authored the Art Business News article, “The Future of Digital Art as Training Material For Generative Artificial Intelligence Models,” which provides a reader-friendly introduction to the copyright and right-of-publicity issues raised by such AI model training, and offers practical tips about what art owners can do, currently, if they want to keep their works away from such training uses. Read the full article.

And the Copyright Registration Goes to… the AI Algorithm or the Machine?

The Copyright Registration Guidance  published by the United States Copyright Office in March mainly addressed whether a human providing simple prompts or other input to an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm could obtain a copyright registration for the output that the AI algorithm generated based on the human input. … Now a few months later, a court has handed out a decision on whether to grant a copyright registration to the AI algorithm in Thaler v. Perlmutter, 1:22-cv-01564 (D.D.C).

Read the full post on the Artificial Intelligence Blog

EEOC Settles AI Software Lawsuit

In Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. ITutorGroup, Inc., et al., No. 1:22-CV-2565 (E.D.N.Y. Aug. 9, 2023), the EEOC and a tutoring company filed a Joint Settlement Agreement and Consent Decree in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, memorializing a $365,000 settlement for claims involving hiring software that automatically rejected applicants based on their age. This is first EEOC settlement involving artificial intelligence (“AI”) software bias.

Read more on the Class Action Defense Blog.

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