The New York Times sues OpenAI and Microsoft over copyright infringement

The New York Times sues OpenAI and Microsoft over copyright infringement

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Along with the suit, The New York Times also chose a more confrontational response to the sudden rise of AI chatbots, unlike other media groups like Germany’s Axel Springer or the Associated Press, which have entered into content deals with OpenAI.

“If The Times and other news organizations cannot produce and protect their independent journalism, there will be a void that no computer or artificial intelligence can fill,” the Times complaint said.

“Less journalism will be produced, and the cost to society will be much higher.”

The Times, one of the most respected news organizations in the United States, is seeking damages, as well as ordering that companies stop using its content for training AI models – and the previously collected Destroy lost data.

Although no amount has been specifically requested, the Times alleges that the breach could cost “billions of dollars in statutory and actual damages.”

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