You can’t copyright AI-created art, according to US officials | Engadget

The US Copyright Office has once again denied an effort to copyright a work of art that was created by an artificial intelligence system. The US Patent and Trademark Office, UK Intellectual Property Office and European Patent Office rejected the applications because the credited inventor wasn't human. South Africa granted Thaler a patent for one of the products last year and noted "the invention was autonomously generated by an artificial intelligence. Appeals have been filed against those rulings and ones in Australia and Germany.However, a judge in Australia ruled last year that AI-created inventions can qualify for patent protection. It also stated he was unable to convince the USCO's "to depart from a century of copyright jurisprudence" in other words, to change the rules. He has attempted to have an AI called DABUS recognized as the inventor of two products in patent applications. "Please enter a valid email address
The US Copyright Office has once again denied an effort to copyright a work of art that was created by an artificial intelligence system . Dr. Stephen Thaler attempted to copyright a piece of art … [+2098 chars]