Sharing & Publication

Updated: March 14, 2023

Social media, livestreaming, and demonstrations policy

Posting your own prompts / completions to social media is generally permissible, as is livestreaming your usage or demonstrating our products to groups of people. Please adhere to the following:

• Manually review each generation before sharing or while streaming.
• Attribute the content to your name or your company.
• Indicate that the content is AI-generated in a way no user could reasonably miss or misunderstand.
• Do not share content that violates our Content Policy or may be deemed copyright by others.
• If taking audience requests for prompts, use good judgment; do not input prompts that might result in violations of our Content Policy. If you would like to ensure the Staccato team is aware of a particular completion, you may email us or use the contact form on the website.

Content co-authored with the Staccato policy Creators who wish to publish their first-party written content (e.g., music, lyrics, or both) created in part with Staccato are permitted to do so under the following conditions:

• The published content is attributed to your name or company.
• The role of AI in formulating the content is clearly disclosed in a way that no reader could possibly miss, and that a typical reader would find sufficiently easy to understand.
• Topics of the content do not violate Staccato’s Content Policy or Terms of Use, e.g., are not existing copyrighted materials.

For instance, one must detail in a Foreword or Introduction (or some place similar) the relative roles of drafting, editing, etc. People should not represent API-generated content as being wholly generated by a human or wholly generated by an AI, and it is a human who must take ultimate responsibility for the content being published.

Here is some stock language you may use to describe your creative process, provided it is accurate:

“The composer generated this music in part with Staccato’s large-scale music-generation model. Upon generating draft music, the composer reviewed, edited, and revised the music to their own liking and takes ultimate responsibility for the content of this publication.”