PRINT

Google's latest AI music tool creates tracks using famous singers' voice clones

November 17, 2023Media Mention
NPR

Partner in the firm's Entertainment and Corporate, Finance & Securities Groups, Sky Moore, shared his insights with NPR regarding the legal and business considerations surrounding AI-generated voice clones.

Excerpts:

"This will obviously become more widespread," said entertainment business lawyer Schuyler Moore, a partner at the Los Angeles-based law firm Greenberg Glusker.

Moore said he expects licensing deals between tech and entertainment companies around compensating AI spin-offs to become standard in the near future, especially given the fact right of publicity laws vary widely from state to state, and federal legislation is still only in the very early stages of being developed.

"Whoever gets paid for [their voice clone] will be happy because they'll be able to sit at home and not have to go to a recording session. And other people will go have fun making whatever they want using those clones," he said.

Resources