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Sep 1, 2023

Copyrights have existed for centuries, and the idea of them dates back even further. United States copyright laws are nothing short of a mess, at least according to Professor Rafael Chodos. Not only is intellectual property not property, but copyrights tend to commercialize creativity instead of advancing science. Revisions for things like software and DCMA have been added since the first copyright laws were made, but at the rate technology is evolving, Congress would have to begin amending laws once a decade to keep them relevant. Today host Jack Russo asks Rafael Chodos how laws will have to change with AI playing a heavy hand in developing creative works.