Joshua Wolkoff


In Brief Recent developments in AI technologies have led to the increased use of AI to create a range of works, such as art, music, stories, and even lines of software code, in response to human inputs. This has resulted in an uptick of copyright applications filed with the U.S. Copyright Office (the “Office”) seeking registrations for works with varying degrees of contributions from generative AI tools. This calls into question whether, and to what…