A(rtificial) I(ntelligence) Created This, How Can I Protect It?

Artificial intelligence isn’t new, but what it can accomplish is. From science fiction novels to a search engine’s suggestion bar, artificial intelligence (“AI”) has developed from mere fantasy to a familiar part of everyday life. The emergence of “generative” AI pushes past automation and assistance toward creation and innovation. In the latest issue of the Bar Association of Erie County Bulletin, HSE Attorney, Alex Kaczmarek asks and answers: What is that creation and innovation really made of, and can that creation be protected under copyright law?

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