Artificial intelligence is a disruptive and exciting innovation. Its applications extend from wildlife tracking to healthcare analysis to creating custom-tailored content. 

Recently, many creators and organizations have stepped forward and accused the companies behind these AIs of profiting off their copyrighted intellectual property. The implications of these lawsuits will affect how lawmakers view artificial intelligence across all industries.  

Content Science created this brief to inform our readers about current concerns, how previous rulings will affect these lawsuits, and what this means for content professionals considering AI tools. 

 

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Jack Rose is an Associate of Content Development and an avid writer and researcher. Jack has worked in the content industry as an editor, producer, and voice over artist. Jack’s curiosity and commitment to learning the ins and outs of technical information have made him an excellent source for developing and refining content. Jack graduated from Auburn University with a bachelor’s in marketing.

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