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Resolving Artificial Intelligence Generated Content Disputes With Mediation

AI-generated content has become increasingly popular in recent years as artificial intelligence technology continues to advance. AI can be used to create a variety of content, from articles and images to videos and even music. However, AI-generated content also poses potential legal issues, and in some cases, disputes may arise related to issues such as copyrights or contracts. Mediation is an effective way for parties involved in these types of disputes to resolve their differences without going through the court system.

Privacy & Technology Mediation Services provides effective guidance in these and other types of disputes, helping parties resolve matters while avoiding costly litigation and unnecessary delays. We regularly work with companies and individuals who are involved in disputes related to digital technology, online privacy, data security, and other complex issues. With our understanding of the laws that affect these cases, the options available to parties involved in disputes, and the steps parties can take to protect their rights and interests, we can help address matters involving artificial intelligence and other related concerns.

Legal Concerns and Disputes Related to Content Created by Artificial Intelligence

AI technology has improved by leaps and bounds over the past couple of decades, and it is now used by many individuals and companies to create multiple types of content. AI text generators may be used to write articles, blogs, website pages, advertisements, and more. AI image generators may be used to create graphics for websites, illustrations for articles, photorealistic images shared on blogs or social media, or other images that are used in online advertisements, printed brochures, and other forms of promotion.

There are numerous other ways that AI may be used, including to create "deepfake" videos that appear to depict celebrities or other people. AI programs may create music, computer code, and multiple other types of content. The use of these systems can raise a variety of concerns, including:

  • Use of copyrighted material - AI programs create content by reviewing a variety of inputs, such as articles and images that are available online. Because content created by other people may be used to generate text, images, or other forms of content, the original creators may claim that their work has been stolen and used without their permission.
  • Plagiarism - AI programs may create text or other content that is similar to existing works. In some cases, AI-generated materials may be nearly identical to preexisting content, and a writer, artist, or publisher may be accused of treating content as original work when it was actually based on other people's copyrighted content.
  • Ownership of content - Disputes can arise when parties enter into agreements related to AI-generated material but fail to clearly define their rights. A person or company that uses AI tools may believe that they own the work created using these programs. However, the terms of use of a program or service may state that the program's owner holds the copyright to content created using AI.
  • Contractual issues - When writers, artists, or other people or companies are hired to create content for others, the contracts they enter into may be unclear about whether AI tools can be used to create content. If contractors do not inform clients about the tools they use, disputes may arise related to plagiarism, copyrighted content, or other issues that could affect the rights and interests of the parties involved.

Contact Our Mediation Professionals for AI-Related Disputes

Because artificial intelligence is a newer technology, and the ways it is used are continuing to develop, disputes related to the content created using these tools may be difficult to resolve. The parties involved in a dispute may be unsure about the laws that apply to them, the rights that affect the use of AI-generated content, and the requirements they need to follow when disclosing how content was created. To help resolve these types of disputes, parties can work with a mediator who has a strong understanding of the applicable laws and regulations. At Privacy & Technology Mediation Services, we can help parties work together to arrive at innovative, effective settlements that will meet their needs. To set up a free consultation, contact us at 312-767-3900.

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