Artificial intelligence and copyright: the work cannot be attributed to an algorithm

Artificial intelligence and copyright: the work cannot be attributed to an algorithm
The debate on copyright and artificial intelligence is an ongoing battle. The US Copyright Office has yet again rejected an appeal against an attempt to register a work generated by a "creative machine" based on a machine learning algorithm. The office's appeal is that works must be "the product of intellect and creativity", which today cannot be attributed to a machine or software. Considering the current state of AI depends on enormous amounts of information that feed the 'knowledge' of the algorithm itself, it is reasonable to state that the result of the creativity of these systems is statistical or mathematical, and not creative. According to a statement made by an Australian judge, however, works of this kind could instead be subject to patenting.

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