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The ChatGPT developer previously signed deals with The Associated Press, Axel Springer SE, the French newspaper Le Monde, and more.
Raw Story, AlterNet, and The Intercept are among the first smaller publications to go up against the AI goliath for copyright violations.
Plus: How researchers used OpenAI’s GPT model to take on a month’s worth of “boring” and “rote” work
“Comparatively little of the attention around news and AI has focused on its impact on the future economic viability of our industry, and 2024 seems likely to be the year in which this changes.” Richard Tofel
That an AI model was trained on copyrighted material does not make all of the model’s outputs a copyright violation.
Swinging from an $80 billion valuation to an existential crisis, in less time than it takes to rewatch five seasons of “The Wire”? That’s Tronc-level management.
One new AP Stylebook entry cautions journalists to avoid “language that attributes human characteristics to these systems.”
Expect the biggest media companies to use their market power to cut better deals with OpenAI and its peers.