OpenAI has released a beta version of the DALL-E image generator, which is now free to use in various applications. Microsoft has already taken advantage of this by adding DALL-E to Designer, Bing, and Edge. The AI can be seen in the design app Cala and is being used in Mixtiles to create interior wall elements.
The developers of OpenAI went to meet users, and now all the rights to the creations created by AI belong to those people who have formulated a specific task for the neural network. The system received plagiarism check mechanisms, as well as cruelty and prohibited content filters. In addition, it will now be easier to sort works by various topics, including abstract concepts. Created paintings can be identified in public and private collections.
The trouble is that the legal issues of using AI to create cultural objects are still unresolved. The OpenAI initiative will significantly expand the scope of DALL-E, many new AI paintings will appear on the Internet, and some of them will receive commercial value. This will certainly give rise to disputes about copyright, plagiarism, and ownership of paintings.
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