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‘Game of Thrones’ creator and other authors sue ChatGPT-maker OpenAI for copyright infringement

  • The Authors Guild has filed a class-action lawsuit against OpenAI, Microsoft-backed, as well as other AI providers, claiming the illegal use of their work in training their AI systems.
  • Prominent authors, including George R.R. Martin and Jonathan Franzen, expressed copyright infringement concerns over OpenAI's ChatGPT, which used their works without permission. The suit alleges that OpenAI copied authors' works and used them in their algorithms to generate human-like text responses.
  • The lawsuits highlight the fear that generative AI tools like ChatGPT could replace authors, leading to low-quality books and impersonation of authors' works. The Authors Guild aims to preserve literature and protect creators' control over their works.
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