The recently-launched Human Artistry Campaign, which is trying to set guidelines for the use of creative AIs, has added more than 25 new members.
They include a number of music industry organisations, including AIM, the Featured Artists Coalition, Impala, WIN, ICMP and various regional bodies.
They join the likes of IFPI, RIAA, BPI, NMPA and SoundExchange, who were founding members when the campaign launched in March. As Music Ally recently reported, the US trademark for the Human Artistry Campaign was filed by Universal Music Group.
The campaign has set out seven core principles for creative AI, from training-set licences to copyright protection and transparency.
“Almost daily since we launched, new groups have reached out to join the cause. It’s a testament to the unifying power of the Human Artistry Campaign’s seven core principles and the broader creative community’s intense focus on this issue,” said a spokesperson for the group.
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