A Chinese court has ruled against an infringer who copied a news article generated by AI. In reaching the ruling, the court decided that the article, which was generated by AI, was protected by copyright. The issue of copyright protection for works created by non-human authors has been a topic of debate in many jurisdictions. See here for more on the Chinese ruling, and see here for more generally on copyright protection for AI authored works.
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