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⚖️ NYT, OpenAI and Microsoft in Billion-Dollar Lawsuit

Plus, Apple's news deal and photos protection

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As much as we wish AI took a holiday break, it didn’t! So we've got lots of fresh AI news for you to check out. From groundbreaking lawsuits to initiatives against deepfakes.

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News Bytes 🗞️

This week’s glossary 📖

  1. Copyright Infringement: This refers to the unauthorized use or reproduction of copyrighted material without permission from the copyright holder.

  2. AI Patent Rights: Legal rights related to the invention and patenting processes in AI.

  3. AI-Powered Voice Assistant: AI technology that enables voice-controlled assistance in various applications.

  4. Wearable AI: AI technology integrated into wearable devices.

Educational Pill 💊

As AI evolves, the training of these systems, especially regarding copyrighted content, is in the spotlight.

AI models like ChatGPT are trained using large datasets, which often encompass a diverse range of internet-sourced material, including copyrighted texts and media. This process, crucial for developing the model's understanding and response capabilities, is at the heart of the legal debate exemplified by The New York Times' lawsuit against OpenAI and Microsoft.

Future trends may lean towards greater transparency and respect for copyright laws, as seen in Apple's approach, signaling a potential shift in how AI models are responsibly trained.

LOLgorithms 😂

If only scoring a $1 car deal was always this easy…

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