Daniel Ryan Reiff, CEO of the Human Creator Alliance, has officially signed the Human Artistry Campaign petition calling for Core Principles for Artificial Intelligence Applications in Support of Human Creativity & Accomplishment.
We wholeheartedly endorse the seven principles outlined by the Human Artistry Campaign, which are consistent with the values and principles of the Human Creator Alliance. In particular, the Human Artistry Campaign addresses important issues related to Copyright and Creator’s Rights.
“Artificial intelligence is exciting and could move things forward — or set us back further than ever. But AI can never replace human creativity and accomplishment.” — Human Artistry Campaign
The seven core principles are:
1. TECHNOLOGY HAS LONG EMPOWERED HUMAN EXPRESSION, AND AI WILL BE NO DIFFERENT
2. HUMAN CREATED WORKS WILL CONTINUE TO PLAY AN ESSENTIAL ROLE IN OUR LIVES
3. USE OF COPYRIGHTED WORKS, AND THE USE OF VOICES AND LIKENESSES OF PROFESSIONAL PERFORMERS, REQUIRES AUTHORIZATION AND FREE MARKET LICENSING FROM ALL RIGHTSHOLDERS
4. GOVERNMENTS SHOULD NOT CREATE NEW COPYRIGHT OR OTHER IP EXEMPTIONS THAT ALLOW AI DEVELOPERS TO EXPLOIT CREATORS WITHOUT PERMISSION OR COMPENSATION
5. COPYRIGHT SHOULD ONLY PROTECT THE UNIQUE VALUE OF HUMAN INTELLECTUAL CREATIVITY
6. TRUSTWORTHINESS AND TRANSPARENCY ARE ESSENTIAL TO THE SUCCESS OF AI AND PROTECTION OF CREATORS
7. CREATORS’ INTERESTS MUST BE REPRESENTED IN POLICYMAKING