Artist’s Copyright Claim against Stability AI Moves Forward Following a First-of-Its Kind Ruling

Over the past year, groups of plaintiffs filed multiple copyright infringement claims against companies behind generative artificial intelligence software. These lawsuits allege that training AI models involves mass-scale copyright infringement—a potential threat to the commercial viability of these models. On October 30, in Andersen v. Stability AI Ltd. et al. (Andersen), Judge William Orrick became the first federal judge to rule on a challenge to such claims at the pleading stage. This first…
By: Fenwick & West LLP
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