28 December 2023 |

Is the New York Times Lawsuit the Beginning of the End for ChatGPT?

By Adam Ryan

The New York Times is suing OpenAI and Microsoft for copyright infringement, claiming the language learning model stole thousands of its articles to train its machines, and allowing millions of other sites to profit off of the backs of its employees’ hard-earned labor. So what happens next if the New York Times wins their suit? 

Adam’s back, and he’s breaking down everything you need to know about the groundbreaking new lawsuit.

What does the downfall of Napster have to teach us about copyright infringement cases—and does it spell doom for chatbot technology? Trust us when we say, “This has all happened before and it will happen again.”

Tune in to find out what happens next.


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