Judge Orrick rejects “21st century collage tool” theory of Sarah Anderson’s lawsuit v. AI text to image generatorsRead more: Judge Orrick rejects “21st century collage tool” theory of Sarah Anderson’s lawsuit v. AI text to image generators
Judge Orrick’s order dismissing, with leave to the defendants to amend their complaint, rejected the theory of the plaintiffs Sarah Anderson et al. that all of DeviantArt’s Output Images are infringing derivative works because DeviantArt’s AI program was allegedly trained on copyrighted images. Sarah Anderson’s theory of collage tool: “The resulting image is necessarily a…
Read more: Judge Orrick dismisses copyright claims v. DeviantArt, Midjourney in Anderson case
In a partial victory for the defendants DeviantArt and Midjourney, Judge Orrick granted their motions to dismiss the copyright claims against them brought in the Sarah Anderson v. Stability AI proposed class action. However, Stability AI’s motion to dismiss was denied. Judge Orrick granted the defendants leave to amend their complaint.
Read more: Will Google indemnify users of Bard from copyright lawsuits?
Google joined the growing list of Big Tech companies pledging indemnification of their users from IP lawsuits over their use of generative AI tools offered by the companies. So far, the list companies offering indemnity includes: What’s interesting about Google’s announcement of indemnification of its users is that it doesn’t list Google Bard, the chatbot.…
Read more: GPT4 Vision (GPT4-V) a game changer among AI game changers
Just when you thought your mind couldn’t be blown any more, OpenAI is rolling out GPT4 Vision, aka ChatGPT Vision, a chatbot with multi modal capabilities. As OpenAI puts it, “ChatGPT can now see, hear, and speak.” Yes, you heard that right. ChatGPT isn’t limited to chatting by text. Instead, ChatGPT can understand images and…
Judge Bibas issues 1st ruling on how fair use applies in AI training, after Andy Warhol Foundation decisionRead more: Judge Bibas issues 1st ruling on how fair use applies in AI training, after Andy Warhol Foundation decision
Judge Stephanos Bibas, who is sitting by designation in the District of Delaware, issued the first ruling of a federal court that explains how fair use applies to AI training after the Supreme Court’s decision in Andy Warhol Foundation v. Goldsmith. The case involves Ross’s training of AI allegedly based on copies of Westlaw headnotes.…