OpenAI and journalism

Illustration: Justin Jay Wang × DALL·E Our goal is to develop AI tools that empower people to solve problems that are otherwise out of reach. People worldwide are already using our technology to improve their daily lives . Millions of developers and more than 92% of Fortune 500 are building on our products today. While we disagree with the claims in The New York Times lawsuit, we view it as an opportunity to clarify our business, our intent, and how we build our technology. Our position can be summed up in these four points, which we flesh out below: We collaborate with news organizations and are creating new opportunities Training is fair use, but we provide an opt-out because it’s the right thing to do “Regurgitation” is a rare bug that we are working to drive to zero The New York Times is not telling the full story 1. We collaborate with news organizations and are creating new opportunities We work hard in our technology design process to support news organizations. We’ve met with dozens, as well as leading industry organizations like the News/Media Alliance, to explore opportunities, discuss their concerns, and provide solutions. We aim to learn, educate, listen to feedback, and adapt. Our goals are to support a healthy news ecosystem, be a good partner, and create mutually beneficial opportunities. With this in mind, we have pursued partnerships with news organizations to achieve these objectives: Deploy our products to benefit and support reporters and editors, by assisting with time-consuming tasks like analyzing voluminous public records and translating stories. Teach our AI models about the world by training on additional historical, non-publicly available content. Display real-time content with attribution in ChatGPT, providing new ways for news publishers to connect with readers. Our early partnerships with the Associated Press […]

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