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There's No Such Thing as a Computer-Authored Work — And It's a Good Thing, Too
I would like to talk about computer-authored works—I would like to, except that they don't exist. Copyright law doesn't recognize computer programs as authors, and it shouldn't. Some day it might make sense to, but if that day ever comes, copyright will be the least of our concerns. Instead, I will say something about why computer authorship is such a "bad penny of a question," to use Annemarie Bridy's felicitous phrase, even though it is so utterly speculative. The scholarship pondering thedoi:10.31228/osf.io/rk8cm fatcat:4wlxb2orwjh5tlib6yuyviz5gq