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AI & the Copyright Elephant.
This isn't talked about enough.
It’s everywhere we turn: generative artificial intelligence.
Recently, I got a notification on Notion that I could now generate content using their AI integration. Not long after, my browser (Microsoft Edge) also prompted me to join their waitlist for the new ChatGPT-enabled Bing search engine.
But this had me thinking about the elephant in the room?
No, not the one on if AI will take away creative jobs.
What about copyright?
Who owns the creative rights to whatever is created: me, you, ChatGPT, Microsoft?
Let’s chat about that in today’s audio post above.
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“I’ve always wondered why I do journaling…
Now, it occurred to me that I should feed my journal into a machine. It is, perhaps, the most delightfully narcissistic use of AI ever. But maybe it will also be helpful.
There’s only one problem.”
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