Entry 2: The long-awaited copyright decision

On August 18th, a long-awaited decision on the relationship between AI-generated art and copyright was made. Federal Judge Beryl A. Howell ruled that a piece of art created by AI is not open to protection.

While this initially seems like a good step in the right direction for many creative industries, we wanted to take a deeper dive into how this decision might shape the future of design & advertising pieces. After evaluating some common questions resulting from this case, our team (like many others) are left with some major open-ended questions. So…we decided to ask a lawyer!

Check out our interview with James Bernicky, owner of Bernicky Law Firm, as we dive deeper into how this court case might affect both the legal and design landscapes.