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Artificial Intelligence Copyrights Entertainment and Sports Law Litigation

How New York Times’ Lawsuit Over AI Software Copying Differs From Prior Copyright Complaints

The New York Times’ copyright infringement lawsuit against OpenAI and Microsoft is said to be AI’s “Napster Moment.” But observers are torn about the case’s legal merits, citing differing views around how exactly AI “Large Language Models” are trained.


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[Editor's Note: This article analyzes the copyright infringement case that The New York Times filed over OpenAI software shortly after our article “Keeping Track of Developments in Cases That Pit Creative Content Against AI Programs” was filed for our January 2024 issue.]