Sounds cool, thanks for posting. I believe Google already uses something like this on youtube to spot copyright issues.
The thing to note is that the outcome of spotting an issue, in most cases is to assign attribution and any funds to the original source, whilst not removing the contravening article.
This is a little like the Ai doing the work of attribution, rather than the contributor, who might not have the time, or even the knowledge, to do.
Personally I think this is much better than just removing questionable material, as often that material can be a creative modification, with value in addition to the original.
There might be some useful open source out there too, and there are other obvious experts (Besides yourself I mean), who might be able to help, for example Jesus Rodriguez