Charles R. Twardy

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The analogical case with humans would be where established authors, for example, sued new and upcoming authors for having learned their craft, in part, by reading the works of established authors.

I suggest the answer, however, is not twisting existing copyright law into performing new functions badly, but in writing new laws that directly address the new problems

~Kevin Korb, Generative AI Does Not Violate Copyright but Needs To