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Sarah Silverman's Lawsuit Against OpenAI Is Full of Nonsense Claims

Posted on AllSides February 20th, 2024
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Is it a crime to learn something by reading a copyrighted book? What if you later summarize that book to a friend or write a description of it online? Of course, these things are perfectly legal when a person does them. But does that change when it's an artificial intelligence system doing the reading, learning, and summarizing?

Sarah Silverman, comedian and author of the book The Bedwetter, seems to think it does. She and several other authors are suing OpenAI, the tech company behind the popular AI chatbot ChatGPT, through...

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https://reason.com/2024/02/19/sarah-silvermans-lawsuit-against-openai-is-full-of-nonsense-claims/

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