Artificial Intelligence (AI) Disclaimer Clause for Designers, Social Media Managers, Copywriters or Other
If you're a designer, copywriter, social media manager, or other type of service provider that uses artificial intelligence (aka "AI") technology to complete your final deliverables, this clause is a MUST to put in your client contract. It will put your clients on notice that you utilize AI-generated content for your final deliverables, but that the preliminary content was human created by you and that you maintain copyright ownership over such works. With the growing usage of AI-generated content, you as a service provider should legally and ethically ensure that your clients know you may utilize this type of technology towards your services.
NOTE: If you need an AI Disclaimer Clause as a photographer or videographer use this one: AI Disclaimer Clause for Photographers and Videographers.
NOTE: If you need an AI Disclaimer Clause for your website, use the AI Disclaimer Clause for Website Terms & Conditions.
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