19 Wake Forest J. Bus. & Intell. Prop. L. 335
Complex Artificial Litigation (“AI”)-systems can generate original works as if they were human, yet with little or no human intervention. Nonetheless, the development of case law concerning copyright has implicitly centered on human and originality, two qualities that a work must embody to be eligible for protection. Moreover, copyright law has adapted over time, as technological innovations have confronted legislators and courts with new challenges in conception and application. Harmonizing the human role in copyright and technological innovations is therefore of the utmost importance if the United States’ constitutional principle of furthering science is to be maintained.