Leah Crane: New Scientist

THIS week saw something that hasn’t happened in decades. On 1 January, the US copyright protection on a host of books, films, sheet music and artwork expired. Works from 1923, including silent movie The Ten Commandments and Charlie Chaplin’s film The Pilgrim, have now entered the public domain. …Read More

Pictured: Human artwork may be pushed into a corner as AIs get creative – John Phillips/Getty