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What top IP lawyers say about the New York Times’s copyright case against OpenAI

What top IP lawyers say about the New York Times’s copyright case against OpenAI

The New York Times lawsuit against OpenAI and Microsoft may come to be seen as a landmark that clarifies the rights and responsibilities of AI companies.

 

AI is transitioning from a 2023 electrified by ChatGPT to a 2024 when the tech industry and the Fortune 500 will try to make new “transformer” based language models perform meaningful work and create real value. But that transition could be seriously slowed because of the way AI companies routinely train their models—that is, by feeding them large amounts of data, some of it copyrighted, that they scrape from the web.

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