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Research on Copyright Protection of Artifi cial Intelligence Generated Content

Zicheng Wang


In order to obtain the protection of the copyright law, the content of artifi cial intelligence generated objects must be proved to be works under the copyright law, that is, to prove that the artifi cial intelligence generated objects have originality and intellectual achievements. Therefore, this paper attempts to demonstrate that artifi cial intelligence generated objects are still the same as traditional works, possessing the attributes of originality and intellectual achievement, and that the judgment of originality can only be expressed in terms of expression itself, not involving the expression of ideas; intellectual achievements can only be based on the generated ideas, expressing the results to make judgments and getting rid of the process of making judgments only with thoughts. Therefore, artifi cial intelligence generated objects can still be regarded as works to a certain extent.


Artifi cial intelligence; Originality; Intellectual achievement

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v6i21.6741