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New Tools and the Complicated Legal Questions They Raise

The advancement of technology has brought about new tools that have the potential to revolutionize various industries. However, with these new tools come a host of complicated legal questions that need to be addressed. One of the most prominent questions is whether people should be allowed to copyright AI output and, if so, who gets to be the owner?

The Rise of AI and Copyright Issues

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become increasingly prevalent in our daily lives, from virtual assistants like Siri and Alexa to self-driving cars. These AI systems are designed to learn and make decisions based on data and algorithms, often without human intervention. As a result, they can create original works such as music, art, and literature.

This raises the question of whether AI-generated works can be copyrighted. Copyright law protects original works of authorship, but it is unclear whether AI-generated works can be considered original since they are created by a machine. Additionally, copyright law requires a human author, which further complicates the issue.

Who Owns the Copyright?

If AI-generated works can be copyrighted, the next question is who owns the copyright. In traditional copyright law, the creator of the work is the owner of the copyright. However, with AI-generated works  

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