A large amount of copyrighted works are being produced by AI such as ChatGPT. The world is becoming a place where the line between human and AI creativity, copyrights, etc. are blurred.
【A large number of “books authored by ChatGPT” are sold on Amazon.】
・A large number of “books written in a short time using ChatGPT” are listed on Amazon.
・The problem of “unintentionally plagiarizing other people’s work published on the Internet” exists when writing a book using ChatGPT.
・AI-based book writing is so much faster than human writing that human-authored books may no longer stand out in the marketplace.
・Some point out that many books authored by AIs are very boring.
【The U.S. Copyright Office declares that “AI-generated comic book art is not protected by copyright,” and the author welcomes this as “great news.】
・The copyright of a piece called “Zarya of the Dawn,” created by New York-based artist Kris Kashtanova using the AI image generation service Midjourney, was in question.
・In December, the Copyright Office began proceedings to revoke the copyright, saying that it had overlooked the fact that the illustrations had been generated by AI.
・Kashtanova again sent a letter to the Copyright Office explaining the content of the work and how it was created.
・The Copyright Office acknowledged that Kashtanova has copyright on the non-image portions of the image.
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Physically and mentally, the line between human and AI may be blurring.
There is a lot of talk about ChatGPT in the world.
ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence model that learns human text and generates new text based on it.
We have had ChatGPT write college papers for us and get them accepted, ChatGPT writes news articles for us instead of humans, and many other amazing things.
Recently, questions and requests such as “How tall is Mt. ChatGPT (AI) is now able to answer questions and requests such as, “Summarize some paper in a few words or less,” as if it were a conversation.
However, at present, there seems to be a lack of accuracy and precision in some genres. (Accuracy is high for English, but falls off for Japanese.)
Websites and applications that seem to use ChatGPT are in disarray, but I think you need to be careful how you use them. (Don’t believe everything you read just yet.)
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I’m sorry to have to preface this article with the ChatGPT story. Let’s get into the story of the article above. (It’s a long story so far, so I’ll try to be as brief as possible)
More and more people are using ChatGPT to publish books, and it’s easy because you can tell them to “write about *** subjects” and they will write quickly.
And, although not ChatGPT, the copyright issue of graphic novels (foreign comic-style books or visual books composed of frame-by-frame screens) created using image-generating AI.
Thus, AI-generated works will probably be produced in large numbers in the future.
Stories of AI generating music in seconds are not so surprising nowadays.
Novels written by AI, comic books, music created by AI, etc., are all based on learning and referencing previous works.
But if you think about it, even we humans (creators) are often influenced by, learn from, and refer to past works.
In this light, to what extent is there a difference between human and AI creativity? I find it difficult to define the difference.
I feel that it will become ambiguous as to what can be considered completely original and whether or not it is a copyright infringement. (AI and human creativity will become blurred in the future)
That’s what I think.
Some say that in the not-too-distant future, the human body and AI (robot) will fuse together. It makes me imagine that not only the physical outside but also the mental inside of human beings and AI (robots) may be fused together.
See you then.
When I see AI such as ChatGPT making all kinds of things happen, it makes me think, “What is it that only humans can do?” makes us think, “What is it that only humans can do?