Copyright Law and Generative AI: What a mess

The recent rise in lawsuits against generative AI and large language model companies by authors, artists, and programmers claiming copyright violation is causing legal confusion. Companies use copyrighted material to train their algorithms, but the question of whether this constitutes copyright infringement is still up for debate. The output of generative AI systems can potentially replicate original works, raising further complications regarding copyright protection. The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Inc. v. Goldsmith also adds to the uncertainty surrounding fair use and derivative works.

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