Artificial intelligence has emerged in the past year as a new way of generating creative works.
Programs such as Dall-E 2, Stable Diffusion and Midjourney create images based on textual prompts from users, while other programs, such as ChatGPT, AI Writer and Rter create written works and interact with users in a conversational manner.
The rise of such software, and subsequent attempts to register copyright on works generated by AI software, has created interesting questions with respect to whether any intellectual property rights should attach to works created using artificial intelligence.
For a number of reasons, it would be unwise to grant copyright protection to works that were not created by human beings.
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