OpenAI signs deal with Vox Media and The Atlantic to use their content to train ChatGPT


What you need to know

  • OpenAI has signed a new deal with Vox Media and The Atlantic to use their content to train ChatGPT.
  • The new partnership states that the publishers’ content will be made discoverable within OpenAI products, with attribution and a link to the original post in the respective website.
  • Vox Media and The Atlantic plan to leverage their new partnership with OpenAI to shape how news is presented in future real-time discovery products, and develop technology to further bolster their relationship with consumers and advertisers. 

Microsoft and OpenAI have constantly found themselves in the corridors of justice fighting copyright infringement lawsuits. AI-powered chatbots like Microsoft Copilot and ChatGPT heavily rely on content published on websites for training. Publishers and key stakeholders have blatantly expressed their reservations toward these chatbots using their copyrighted content without compensation and attribution.

Interestingly, while responding to ChatGPT’s copyright issues, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman admitted it’s virtually impossible to create tools like ChatGPT without copyrighted content. What’s more, addressed the issue by stating copyright law doesn’t forbid training of AI models with copyrighted information.





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