The Trial of AI: preliminary thoughts on the copyright claims in Sarah Andersen v. Stability AI, Midjourney + DeviantArt
On Friday, attorneys for three artists (Sarah Andersen, Kelley McKernan, and Karla Ortiz) filed a class action against three companies that offer AI image generators that enable users to create art through text commands. (DALL-E developed by OpenAI is probably the most famous AI image generator, but it wasn’t named in this lawsuit.) You can…
ChatGPT is eating the world: the rap it created in the style of Snoop Dogg. But is it copyright infringement?
ChatGPT is still eating the world. We asked it to write a rap about cereal in the style of Snoop Doog. Here’s what ChatGPT churned out in seconds: “Cereal Killer: A Tribute to the Breakfast of Champions“ Listen up y’all, it’s time to get woke Gonna rap about cereal, the breakfast of champions, the morning…
Do Google, Bing downrank AI-generated articles written by ChatGPT as spam?
We know that ChatGPT is eating the world, but is Google really eating articles written by ChatGPT and downranking them in search results as spam? What about Bing? We were surprised to learn that a thread based on a response from Google’s Search Advocate John Mueller suggests that articles written by ChatGPT would be treated…
Should we expect a class-action lawsuit against ChatGPT, DALL-E and other AI utilizing copyrighted works?
In an Op-Ed in the Wall Street Journal, Christopher Reid suggested that creators might object to AI relying on their copyrighted works when engaging in machine learning or creating AI generated works.