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OpenAI’s Fair Use Argument in Copyright Dispute is Misplaced * TorrentFreak


openaiGenerative AI models such as ChatGPT have captured the imaginations of millions of people, offering a glimpse of what an AI-assisted future might look like.

The new technology also brings up novel copyright issues. For example, several rightsholders are worried that their work is being used to train and exploit AI without any form of compensation.

These concerns have triggered numerous AI-related lawsuits in the United States, many of which target OpenAI. Just a few days ago, the Author’s Guild and several prominent members including George RR Martin and John Grisham joined in on the legal action.

The allegations in their complaint are similar to others aired over the past few months. The first case was filed in a Californian federal court by authors Paul Tremblay and Mona Awad, who were later joined by writer/comedian Sarah Silverman and other authors in a similar suit.

According to the plaintiffs, large language model training sets shouldn’t be permitted to use every piece…

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