And the award goes to AI ft. humans: the Grammys outline new rules for AI use

The Recording Academy outlines new rules for AI use in Grammy Awards, stating that only “human creators” are eligible for music industry’s highest honor.

Setting the rules: Only songs with significant human contribution are eligible for nomination.
* AI-generated elements can be included in nominated songs, but proof of human involvement must be provided.
* AI cannot nominate their work for an award.

CEO’s perspective: Harvey Mason Jr., the CEO of the Recording Academy, recognizes that AI will shape the future of the music industry.
* The Grammy Awards aim to address questions related to AI and adapt accordingly.
* Mason emphasizes the need for setting guardrails and standards as AI’s role in the industry grows.

Wider impact: The music industry is not the only field grappling with AI’s increasing influence.
* Law professionals discuss the benefits and challenges of AI in citing court cases.
* The U.S. Copyright Office updates guidance on submitting AI-assisted creative work for copyright consideration.

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