Authors Accuse OpenAI of Illicit Use of Their Books in AI Training

  • Authors Paul Tremblay and Mona Awad have sued OpenAI, alleging that their copyrighted books were used without permission to train ChatGPT.
  • The authors claim ChatGPT’s accurate summaries of their books indicate the tech was trained on their work, violating copyright laws.
  • The case, filed in a San Francisco federal court, aims to prove that OpenAI’s training data relied heavily on copyrighted material, impacting the authors financially.
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