Artificial intelligence (AI) has generated a revolution in the artistic world—anyone can quickly create an image, musical composition, or essay with a few prompts. Lured by AI’s speed and ease of use, businesses are increasingly turning to AI to fulfill their creative needs,
Marketers, artists, and other professionals should consider the legal risks that AI-generated content can pose, particularly with respect to restrictions on commercial use, attributions, infringement of third party IP rights, and lack of exclusivity.
In a Bloomberg Law article, IP transactions partner and practice co-chair Megan Baca and IP transactions associate Georgina Jones Suzuki provide guidelines for evaluating key legal risks associated with AI-generated content.
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