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Are AI-related works copyrightable?

Youping Ma and Guoquan Yang of Bridgeon assess a recent case concerning AI in which, among other questions, the issue of whether a software developer can be an author was assessed

When AI becomes more and more intelligent, it starts to create works by itself. However, can these works be protected by copyright? If they cannot, how are such works protected? How is the interest of the owner of AI protected?

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