Aug. 19, 2023, 3 p.m. | John Naughton

Artificial intelligence (AI) | The Guardian

Much ‘artificial intelligence’ harvests original creative work by humans. Regulators must demand transparency about training data

There’s an old saying that no one would ever eat a sausage if they knew how sausages were made. This is no doubt unfair to the meat-processing industry, for not all sausages are, as some wag famously observed, “cartridges containing the sweepings of the abattoir floor”. But it’s a useful cautionary principle when confronted by products whose manufacturers are – how shall we put …

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