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Artificial Intelligence Copyrights Entertainment and Sports Law Litigation

Major Labels File Lawsuits Over AI Companies’ Alleged Copying of ‘World’s Most Popular’ Recordings

Major record labels including Capitol Records and Sony Music Entertainment sued two music-focused generative artificial intelligence companies, accusing them of “willful copyright infringement on an almost unimaginable scale.”

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Major record labels including Capitol Records and Sony Music Entertainment sued two music-focused generative artificial intelligence companies, accusing them of “willful copyright infringement on an almost unimaginable scale.” The lawsuits allege that the generative AI companies, Udio and Suno, copied “decades’ worth of the world’s most popular sound recordings” to create their services, which produce digital music files in response to users’ prompts.

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