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Comedian Sarah Silverman and novelist Paul Tremblay alleged the artificial intelligence software unlawfully scraped their work to train ChatGPT

Two copyright infringement lawsuits brought forward by authors against artificial intelligence company OpenAI have been partially dismissed in court.

The cases, led by comedian Sarah Silverman and novelist Paul Tremblay, alleged that OpenAI unlawfully used their books to train the large language model underlying artificial intelligence tool ChatGPT, which produces human-like text in response to prompts.

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