Who Holds the Copyright for Music Created by AI?


The copyright ownership of music created by AI can vary based on the laws and regulations of different countries or regions. However, in many jurisdictions, copyrights are typically granted only for the creative works of humans. This means that the AI itself is not usually recognized as having copyrights.

In practical terms, if music is produced using AI, the individual who used the AI program or tool, or the company or organization that owns and operates the AI, might claim the copyright. But specific cases and circumstances can influence how copyright is treated, so it’s recommended to consult with legal experts or specialists in the field.

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Born in 1982, he is a Japanese beatmaker and music producer who produces hiphop and rap beats, and also produces and consults music artists. He also researches web marketing strategies for small businesses through music activities and personal blogs. Because he grew up internationally, he understands English. His hobbies are muscle training, photo processing, WordPress customization, K-Pop, web3, NFT. He also loves Korea.

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