Human Ingenuity Wins the Race Over AI: US Judge Rules Against AI

Adekunle Joshua

The U.S. Copyright Office has ruled that artwork generated solely by AI is not eligible for copyright protection.

This decision comes amid rising concerns about how artificial intelligence could take jobs from artists, writers, and other creative professionals.

The decision also raises questions about using artificial intelligence to create content, no different from human-made content.

The ruling could have implications for the future of artificial intelligence-generated art, as well as the broader debate about the role of artificial intelligence in society.

The regulation of AI could benefit humans by protecting privacy and security, ethical use, and promoting fairness.

These Artificial Intelligence models are trained using existing art, text and music from other people who may have spent months or years producing them