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New York Times Sues OpenAI, Microsoft Over Copyright Infringement

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  1. The New York Times sued OpenAI and Microsoft, asserting that their AI models, like ChatGPT and Copilot, utilized millions of articles from The Times’ journalism without permission.
  2. The lawsuit claims that these AI models were trained using The Times’ content to develop AI-driven products without proper authorization or compensation.
  3. The Times seeks damages and an injunction to stop the companies from using its content, demanding the deletion of the data already used.
  4. The lawsuit reflects a growing trend of legal challenges against AI companies for using copyrighted material to train their AI systems, initiated by various entities like authors and music publishers.
  5. In response to copyright challenges related to AI-generated content, Microsoft and Google announced plans to offer legal protection to customers facing copyright infringement claims.
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