artificial intelligence, fair use, copyright law, AI


In the age of Artificial Intelligence (AI), the relationship between technological advancement and legal protection for human creators has become increasingly critical. From Stephen Hawking's admonition of the potential risks of unregulated AI to Sam Altman's advocacy for proactive regulation, this paper navigates the evolving landscape of AI innovation and copyright law. By examining the challenges posed by AI-generated content, including issues of intellectual property infringement and privacy concerns, it highlights the need for adaptive legal frameworks. Strategic enhancements to copyright law must be developed, such as bolstering fair use doctrine and expanding creator rights, to ensure the protection of human creators from AI innovation. Lawmakers must take proactive measures in regulating AI creation rights, thereby safeguarding the integrity of intellectual property rights in the digital age. (The abstract creation was aided by Artificial Intelligence consultation).