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AI’s foray into the creative domain, producing works that rival human creations, has sparked a debate on the future of creativity itself.

In the labyrinth of modern advancements, artificial intelligence (AI) is reshaping industries and redefining boundaries. Yet, as AI extends its reach into the world of creativity traditionally held by humans — art, literature, and music — that reality urges us to reassess the essence of human contribution in the age of algorithms.

This paradigm shift has not gone unnoticed by the guardians of intellectual property, with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the US Copyright Office at the forefront, delineating the boundaries of human and machine creativity. Their guidelines are not mere regulations but a call to recognise the indomitable spirit of human ingenuity amidst the digital cacophony.

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