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OpenAI Asks Court to Dismiss Authors’ Copyright Infringement Claims * TorrentFreak


openaiArtificial intelligence has the potential to make our lives more efficient, entertaining, and productive. There are potential downsides as well.

From a copyright perspective, AI brings up some interesting questions. For example, can content created by an AI be copyrighted? And can an AI be trained on copyrighted works without limitation?

Authors Sue OpenAI

According to several authors, large language model training sets shouldn’t be permitted to use every piece of text they come across online. In their lawsuit filed in June, book authors Paul Tremblay and Mona Awad accused OpenAI of direct and vicarious copyright infringement, among other things.

Soon after, writer/comedian Sarah Silverman was joined by authors Christopher Golden and Richard Kadrey in an identical suit which also accused OpenAI of using books as training data. This happened without permission, using datasets that were sourced from pirate sites, the complaint alleged.

The complaints mention the controversial…

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