Radio Host Sues OpenAI for Libel After ChatGPT Accuses Him of Crime

Georgia radio host Mark Walters is suing OpenAI after its massively popular ChatGPT accused him of embezzlement in the precedent-setting case The Second Amendment Foundation v. Robert Ferguson. The catch? Walters is not named in that case, nor has he ever worked for the Second Amendment Foundation.

“OpenAI defamed my client and made up outrageous lies about him,” Mark Walters’ attorney John Monroe told Decrypt, adding that there was no choice but to file the complaint against the AI developer. “[ChatGPT] said [Walters] was the person in the lawsuit and he wasn’t.”

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