Author granted copyright over book with AI-generated text—with a twist

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    Last October, I received an email with a hell of an opening line: “I fired a nuke at the US Copyright Office this morning.”

    The message was from Elisa Shupe, a 60-year-old retired US Army veteran who had just filed a copyright registration for a novel she’d recently self-published. She’d used OpenAI’s ChatGPT extensively while writing the book. Her application was an attempt to compel the US Copyright Office to overturn its policy on work made with AI, which generally requires would-be copyright holders to exclude machine-generated elements.

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