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28 Feb, 2024
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OpenAI has filed a motion alleging that The New York Times (NYT) used deceptive tactics to prompt ChatGPT to reproduce its articles, leading to a copyright infringement lawsuit.

The motion seeks to dismiss several claims brought against OpenAI by NYT, arguing that the Times exploited a bug in ChatGPT and directly fed articles to the chatbot to generate verbatim passages, contrary to typical user behavior. However, NYT contends that it was simply using OpenAI's products to identify evidence of copyright infringement.

The lawsuit, initiated by NYT in December against OpenAI and Microsoft, alleges unauthorized reproduction of copyrighted works. OpenAI seeks to dismiss specific claims, including direct copyright infringement, contribution to infringement, failure to remove infringing content, and unfair competition.

The outcome of this legal battle could have significant implications for the AI industry, highlighting the growing legal complexities surrounding AI technology and its interaction with copyrighted content.