AI and copyright come together in ‘absurd’ US complaint
Lawyers say legal action by the Association of American Publishers against an Amazon-owned audiobook producer shows that copyright law lags behind machine-generated technology
Machine-generated content and copyright law will be under the microscope in a US dispute after a publishers’ association filed a complaint against an Amazon-owned audiobook producer, though some lawyers have criticised the “absurd” nature of the case.
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