The Use of Copyrighted Works as Training Inputs for Generative AI

In a recent article published by the Bar Association of  Erie County, Alexander C. Kaczmarek, a member of the Intellectual Property Practice, analyzes two pending lawsuits on copyright infringement and generative AI programs. Kaczmarek provides an overview of the facts alleged in each case and a survey of potentially applicable cases before suggesting possible lines of reasoning for and against infringement. The article concludes on the import of these cases for future authors and generative AI programs alike.

Read the original article on page 26.

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