Tag: New York Times

OpenAI Pleads That It Can’t Make Money Without Using Copyrighted Materials for Free

OpenAI is facing challenges regarding its use of copyrighted material to train artificial intelligence models. The company has appealed to the British Parliament, claiming it is impossible for them to train their large language models (LLMs) without copyrighted material. OpenAI argues that restricting training data to public domain works would not meet the needs of […]

OpenAI claims The New York Times tricked ChatGPT into copying its articles

OpenAI has publicly responded to a copyright lawsuit by The New York Times, calling the case “without merit” and expressing a hope for a partnership with the media outlet.   In a blog post, OpenAI disputed the Times’ claims, particularly regarding its ChatGPT AI tool reproducing Times stories verbatim and argued that the newspaper had […]

The New York Times has filed a lawsuit against OpenAI and Microsoft, alleging that the companies’ AI tools infringe on copyrighted material, undermine the newspaper’s paywall, and damage its reputation by generating misinformation. The suit seeks the destruction of datasets used for training the AI, the erasure of any instances of the AI trained using […]

OpenAI Trained AI Models on Copyrighted Work, Says NYT Lawsuit

The New York Times has filed a lawsuit against OpenAI and Microsoft, alleging unauthorized use of its articles to train AI models, which now compete with the newspaper in the dissemination of information and news.   OpenAI and Microsoft are accused of using The Times’s content to create AI products that substitute for and steal […]

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