Authors file lawsuit against OpenAI alleging using pirated content for training ChatGPT

Generative AI is an innovative technology that holds the potential to reshape society, but it also raises important concerns regarding copyright infringement. In a recent development, authors Paul Tremblay and Mona Awad have taken legal action by filing a class action lawsuit against OpenAI, the parent company of ChatGPT. As TorrentFreak reported, the authors claim that their copyrighted works were used without permission in the training of ChatGPT, thus alleging copyright infringement and violations of the DMCA.

The evidence supporting their claim appears straightforward. Tremblay and Awad…

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