Yes, an interesting exploration of robo-ethics I suppose. Should humans take credit for work that their robots do? How do you give credit to a robot, as a non-corporeal “being”? Do they have a name and SSN, and identity? “music by R2D2, arranged by Taryn Southern”? I’m guessing Taryn had to give herself songwriting credits, as ASCAP/BMI may not recognize a software program for purposes of collecting royalties.
Maybe it’s a debate between what ethics suggest should happen, and what is legally possible in the current system? Parents are legally responsible for what their children do, until the children become adults, even though children are independent corporeal beings. That may pose some ethical challenges, but is practical under our current laws and culture.