This recent TechRadar article explores the evolution of AI technologies that could conceivably outperform humans in creative disciplines previously perceived as uniquely human.
This evolution in AI technologies throws up a host of questions around the relationship between AI and intellectual property rights, such as, should the law be recognising non-human ownership of truly independent AI-generated works and allowing such works to be protected by copyright? How should the law deal with liability for infringement of third party materials used in the creation of independent AI-generated outputs?
Read more about the topics of discussion this article has raised, how intellectual property law might be affected by AI technologies and AI-generated output, and the benefits and uncertainties facing the field, in our Cookie Jar article here.
Thanks to developments in AI, the days of the human creative may be numbered...