Generative AI is a revolutionary technology that’s expected to change society as we know it but, in parallel, copyright concerns persist. During a House Judiciary IP Subcommittee Hearing yesterday it was made clear that Congress doesn’t plan to overreact. Lawmakers hope to find the middle ground, but that could be easier said than done.
This article consists of a collection of words that were once invented, most of them long before copyright or trademarks existed.
Words form the building blocks of today’s society; they help to foster creativity and communication, and represent the driving force behind human intelligence.
These same words are now used as input by generative AI that will ultimately lead to new breakthroughs. Depending on who you ask, it has the potential to revolutionize many aspects of day-to-day life. At the same time, AI is causing grave concerns for the copyright industry.
The copyright angle is the topic of many debates…