anonymous reader Share the report: The Times targets Various companies under OpenAI, and OpenAI partner Microsoft, also used OpenAI to power the Copilot service and helped provide the infrastructure for training GPT large-scale language models. But the lawsuit goes far beyond the use of copyrighted material in training, saying the OpenAI-powered software happily circumvented the Times’ paywall and attributed hallucinatory misinformation to the Times. claims.
These restrictions not only drive revenue, but they also help maintain your reputation as an authoritative voice by controlling how your work is displayed. The lawsuit alleges that the tools developed by OpenAI ruin all of that. […] The lawsuit seeks the erasure of both GPT instances that the parties trained on using the Times’ materials, as well as the destruction of the datasets used for training. They are also seeking a permanent injunction to prevent similar acts in the future. The Times also seeks large sums of money in the form of “statutory damages, compensatory damages, compensatory damages, disgorgement, and any other relief permitted by law or equity.”