However, OpenAI says it respects the rights of authors, and believes “they should benefit from AI technology”.
A spokesperson for OpenAI said: “We’re having productive conversations with many creators around the world, including the Authors Guild, and have been working co-operatively to understand and discuss their concerns about AI.
According to BBC News, Patrick Goold, a reader in law at City University, said how he could sympathize with the authors filing the lawsuit because he believed it was unlikely their case would succeed, as they will initially need to prove ChatGPT had copied and duplicated their work.
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