OpenAI says it's "impossible" to train state-of-the-art models without copyrighted data


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The New York Times lawsuit against OpenAI has escalated the debate about AI training with copyrighted material. Even before the NYT lawsuit, OpenAI had publicly stated that it could not train leading AI models without this data.

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