Nonfiction authors sue OpenAI, Microsoft over copyright infringement

A group of non-fiction writers has filed a class-action suit against OpenAI and Microsoft for allegedly infringing on their copyrighted materials by training the AI chatbot ChatGPT on their written works and academic journals without their consent.

The suit — one of several filed against the AI platform provider that make a similar complaint — comes as OpenAI ends a tumultuous five days with the reinstatement of Sam Altman as OpenAI’s chief executive. His return was spurred by employees, investors, and allies rallying to his defense after his ouster by the company’s board of directors last week.

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​ A group of non-fiction writers has filed a class-action suit against OpenAI and Microsoft for allegedly infringing on their copyrighted materials by training the AI chatbot ChatGPT on their written works and academic journals without their consent.The suit — one of several filed against the AI platform provider that make a similar complaint — comes as OpenAI ends a tumultuous five days with the reinstatement of Sam Altman as OpenAI’s chief executive. His return was spurred by employees, investors, and allies rallying to his defense after his ouster by the company’s board of directors last week.To read this article in full, please click here   Read More Computerworld 

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