Read more: Elon Musk: By time copyright lawsuits are decided, we’ll have a digital god. [Video]
Elon Musk was interviewed by Andrew Ross Sorkin yesterday. One interesting exchange was over the copyright lawsuits against AI companies. Here’s what Musk said: Elon Musk: I don’t know except to say that, by the time these lawsuits are decided, we’ll have a digital god. We’ll have a digital god at that point. These lawsuits…
OpenAI Sam Altman defends training AI to learn from copyrighted works, but open to compensation to artistsRead more: OpenAI Sam Altman defends training AI to learn from copyrighted works, but open to compensation to artists
In a fascinating interview before the OpenAI Board brouhaha, Sam Altman discussed the controversy over training AI models on copyrighted works without permission of the authors and artists. Kevin Roose: Sam, I want to ask you about something else that people are not happy about when it comes to these language uh and image models…
Read more: Master List of lawsuits v. AI, ChatGPT, OpenAI, Microsoft, Meta, Midjourney & other AI cos.
We’ve compiled a running list of the lawsuits filed against AI companies, including OpenAI and ChatGPT.
Read more: OpenAI agrees in principle to reinstate Sam Altman as CEO
Right after midnight, the Board of OpenAI announced that it had reached an agreement in principle to (1) reinstate Sam Altman as CEO and (2) to appoint new Board members, including: No longer on the Board will be the current directors Tasha McCauley, an adjunct senior management scientist at Rand; Helen Toner, a director at a…
Read more: New AI lawsuit: Julian Sancton v. OpenAI, Microsoft
In the Southern District of New York, the author Julian Sancton filed a proposed copyright class action against OpenAI, its subsidiaries, and Microsoft. The Complaint is below: Using ChatGPT, we created a Table summarizing the 2 counts in the Complaint. Sancton v. OpenAI: Counts, Specific Allegations, and Named Defendants Count Specific Allegations Named Defendants Count…
Over 70% staff of OpenAI demands Board to resign and reinstate Sam Altman; Board member Ilya Sutskever joins mutinyRead more: Over 70% staff of OpenAI demands Board to resign and reinstate Sam Altman; Board member Ilya Sutskever joins mutiny
The turmoil at OpenAI keeps roiling. For a summary of the last 72 hours, click here. Now, over 500 employees, or over 70% of the company’s staff, threatened to join Microsoft’s new AI unit if the OpenAI Board members don’t resign. Kara Swisher and Wired broke the story. Shockingly, one of the Board Members and…
After wavering, OpenAI Board sticks to its firing of Sam Altman. Microsoft hires Altman and Brockman to start new AI unit.Read more: After wavering, OpenAI Board sticks to its firing of Sam Altman. Microsoft hires Altman and Brockman to start new AI unit.
The last 72 hours played out like a corporate Game of Thrones, with head-spinning twists, and shocking turn of events. Late Friday, the OpenAI Board announced it had fired its popular CEO and co-founder Sam Altman, in a stunning post on its website. That led its President and co-founder Greg Brockman to quit in protest;…
OpenAI Board reportedly asks Sam Altman back in sudden reversal of his firing after Microsoft, Thrive Capital back AltmanRead more: OpenAI Board reportedly asks Sam Altman back in sudden reversal of his firing after Microsoft, Thrive Capital back Altman
After the OpenAI Board fired the company’s CEO and co-founder Sam Altman on Friday, which led to the President and co-founder Greg Bockman quitting in protest, the OpenAI Board reportedly is seeking to reinstate Altman as CEO. The sudden turnabout comes after major investors in OpenAI, including Microsoft and Thrive Capital, reportedly want to see…
Read more: AI shocker: OpenAI fires Sam Altman; Greg Brockman quits
On Friday afternoon in the week before Thanksgiving, a majority of the Board of Directors voted to oust Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI and one of its founders. Altman has been the most visible face for OpenAI since it launched ChatGPT about a year ago and took the world by storm. The Board announced…