Imagine you read a book. You commit details of the book to memory and ruminate on the ideas contained in it.
Somebody then asks you a question about the book. You provide them with a written response.
Would you be surprised if the author of the book tried to sue you for copyright infringement?
OpenAI is facing exactly this situation.
Mona Awad is suing OpenAI.
Authors Mona Awad (Bunny, 13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl) and Paul Tremblay (The Cabin at the End of the World), filed a lawsuit against OpenAI last week, claiming the books were used to train ChatGPT, its artificial intelligence…
Read more on google