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"BBL Drizzy" RIAA Sues AI for Copyright Infringement: Turns Out Robots Can't DJ Either

The music industry, always a bastion of innovation, has decided to take a bold step into the future by suing an AI company. Yes, you read that right—apparently, the latest threat to the music world isn't illegal downloads or pirated CDs, but rather, AI-generated tunes. The RIAA, representing the big music labels, has filed a lawsuit against Suno Udio, claiming that its AI has been churning out copyrighted music without permission.


Suno Udio's AI has apparently been so busy composing hits that it forgot to ask for the rights. The RIAA, ever vigilant in protecting the interests of its members, has decided to take legal action. Because when faced with the choice between adapting to new technology and suing it into oblivion, the choice is clear.


As the lawsuit unfolds, the music industry braces itself for a battle that could shape the future of AI-generated content. Will this be a landmark case that sets a precedent for AI copyright law, or just another footnote in the ongoing struggle between technology and tradition? Stay tuned to find out.

For more on this groundbreaking legal showdown, check out the full article on [The Verge](https://www.theverge.com/2024/6/24/24184710/riaa-ai-lawsuit-suno-udio-copyright-umg-sony-warner).

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