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AI-Voice Replication in Music: Whose Voice is it Anyway?

March 3, 2024

In early November 2023, reggaetón fans excitedly listened to a slew of new Bad Bunny songs that flooded TikTok. While the vocals, lyrics,

Recent Developments in AI and Intellectual Property

March 1, 2023

When the framers of the Constitution granted Congress the power “[t]o promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to

AI-Generated Images: The First Lawsuit

January 25, 2023

            On January 13, three artists filed a class-action lawsuit against a number of artificial intelligence (AI) companies, alleging copyright violations arising out of the

AI Infringement: Can Artists Sue AIs for Appropriations?

December 6, 2022

The year 2022 is destined to have its place in the chronicle of AI-related legal disputes since this year, not only did the Copyright Office

Generative AI: Copyright and Computer-Generated Images

November 7, 2022

Google Images provides instant access to an ocean of photos, art, logos, and graphics. Google’s search, however, is limited to images that already exist somewhere

Automated Notices for Copyright Infringement: Pitfalls and Remedies

November 28, 2017

Background of Notice and Takedown

Since the birth of the internet, online service providers (OSPs) have butted heads with copyright holders over whether OSPs should be

Internet Piracy: The Effects of Streaming Services and the Digital Marketplace

November 14, 2017

Internet piracy was thought to be an unstoppable blight on the digital market as recently as five years ago. As quickly as music,

The Next Rembrandt: Originality and Authorship of AI Generated Works

October 31, 2017

In recent years, the news has been flooded by innovations in artificial intelligence and its ability to create a diverse range of creative content. AI