Alleged Hacking: OpenAI Moves to Dismiss Parts of NY Times Lawsuit


OpenAI, the groundbreaking artificial intelligence startup with substantial backing from Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), has sought the dismissal of certain elements of a lawsuit filed against them by The New York Times, citing alleged hacking.

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This legal skirmish is part of a larger copyright infringement battle. The New York Times lawsuit alleges that OpenAI unlawfully employed its content for AI training.

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Copyright Infringement Claims

The lawsuit, filed in Federal District Court in Manhattan, implicates both OpenAI and its billion-dollar backer, Microsoft, over the ethical use of media content in advancing AI technologies.

It revolves around allegations that OpenAI utilized content from The New York Times without proper authorization, employing it to train their artificial intelligence models. And the result was millions of words being plagiarized.