1. What the Clash of Generative AI & IP Means for Businesses. AI developers may also argue that using someone else’s work as an internal database for training their generative AI tools constitutes a transformative purpose, recognized by the Supreme Court ruling where copying parts of the Java API to create a new platform for programmers was deemed transformative. – Read More on Forbes

2. RELATED READ: Legal Questions, Lawsuits Abound as AI Art Generators Continue to Gain Steam. Beyond the threshold issue of registrability, other questions center on the issue of human authorship and whether the outputs from certain AI models infringe others’ copyrighted works. – Read More on TFL

3. Chinese firms working on ChatGPT-style AI tech: The global buzz around Microsoft-backed OpenAI’s ChatGPT has spread to China, shoring up stocks in AI related firms and prompting a flurry of domestic companies to announce rival projects. – Read More on Reuters

4. Shopify eCommerce Refocus Includes AI, Recruiting Celebrity Brands like The Row: “I think we are very fortunate to be amongst the companies with the best chances of using AI to help our customers, our merchants. And that’s how we think about the usage of AI here.” – Read More on PYMNTS

5. How Zara built a $13 billion empire without traditional advertising: The company introduces 12,000 new designs annually, compared to the industry average of 2000. This approach makes it easier for ZARA to dispose of pieces that fail to gain traction, resulting in fewer time-bound sales with smaller discounts than its competitors. – Read More on Your Story

6. Industry targets fast fashion as 200,000 tons hits landfill each year: A report commissioned by those working on the stewardship scheme estimated that 52% of new clothing purchased in Australia in 2018-19 was made from polyester, which releases carbon dioxide when made and is difficult to recycle. – Read More SMH