OpenAI Sued by U.S. Authors over Copyright Infringement

  • U.S. authors, including Michael Chabon and David Henry Hwang, allege OpenAI’s AI models trained using their copyrighted works.
  • This is the third lawsuit against OpenAI for copyright violation; the company has attempted to dismiss the previous two.
  • Over 10,000 authors call for AI companies to obtain consent, credit and fairly compensate authors, as copyright emerges as key concern in AI field.
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