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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing many things our lives. Not all the things are good. Some the world's biggest record labels are suing two AI companies possible copyright infringements. The labels include Sony Music, Universal Music Group and Warner Records. They say two AI start-up companies called Suno and Udio are infringing their copyrighted music "an almost unimaginable scale". The labels say the AI start-ups have created models to produce music that could "saturate the market machine-generated content". Lawyers the record labels say AI-generated music, "will directly compete , cheapen and ultimately drown the genuine sound recordings". This could be a disaster artists.
Many AI companies say their software creates content that is protected copyright law the "fair use doctrine". This is a special rule that allows people to reuse copyrighted material legally. Fair use means people can reuse music and written articles things news reporting and comedy. Suno CEO Mikey Shulman defended his company. He said: "Our technology is transformative. It is designed to generate completely new output, not to memorize and regurgitate pre-existing content." However, the record labels say the start-ups have created songs that sound exactly "Dancing Queen" ABBA and "My Girl" The Temptations. The labels want compensation of $150,000 song from the AI start-ups.

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