Copyright Office Mulls Possible Licensing Options For AI Cos.

By Andrew Karpan (January 25, 2024, 10:50 PM EST) -- The top lawyer at the U.S. Copyright Office said Thursday that the agency is on the search for a licensing model that could offer a solution to content creators looking for compensation from artificial intelligence programs that use their work, suggesting the possibility of compulsory licensing arrangements like those used by songwriters in the streaming economy....

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