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ninjasaid13 t1_jcsth4w wrote

>Careful. That MIT license won't work, I think, thanks to ClosedAIs licences

Generally, copyright requires human authorship. If the output of an AI model is solely generated by a machine without human input, it may not be eligible for copyright protection and fall under public domain.


ReasonablyBadass t1_jcsu1yv wrote

Not sure how much this is established law.

Anyway, Alpaca says so themselves on their website:


ninjasaid13 t1_jcsv2oi wrote

It's what the copyright office said according to that midjourney comic that was being registered for copyright.

Since it was created by an AI the output cannot be registered for copyright and licensing doesn't hold power on something that's in public domain.