For some time now, highly respected and hugely popular designs publication Dezeen has been running AItopia, a fascinating editorial series exploring the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on design, architecture, and humanity, both now and in the future.
As AI continues to advance and become more integrated into creative processes, questions have been raised about the legal implications of using AI-generated designs. Could designers and architects sue AI companies, similar to how artists and authors are already pursuing lawsuits? In theory, yes, according to experts. However, the outcome of such claims would depend on the success of existing cases. Erik Rõuk helps provide clarity around some of these issues in the latest article in the AItopia series, below.